Coming up on this week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’ve got some community feedback and we’re going to be conducting one of our famous in-depth interviews as we are joined by Tameika Reed & De Parler from the organization, Women In Linux.

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Michael of TuxDigital = https://tuxdigital.com
Noah of Ask Noah Show = http://asknoahshow.com

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Topics covered in this episode:

  • What We’ve Been Up To:
    • Michael
      • Front Page Linux = frontpagelinux.com
      • DLN Patrons Chat Live Stream on Saturday, May 16th at 12pm Eastern
    • Noah
      • preparation for the virtual SouthEast LinuxFest
    • Ryan
  • Community Feedback:
    • Why isn’t there any Stool Merch? (“what am i supposed to do without a stool hoodie?”)
  • Main Topic of the Week:
    • Interview with Tameika Reed & De Parler of Women in Linux

Comments

  1. Great episode! Thank you for the empowering messages Tameika and De!

  2. Concur! A couple of inspiring ladies - loved listening to their stories and experiences. :+1:

  3. What an amazing episode!

    When I first watched Destination Linux, there were several things that kept me coming back for more: you’re informed, entertaining, and honest. It wasn’t all rose-tinted specs, it was real. I don’t know how you go-about choosing your guests, but Tameika and De have been incredible! I absolutely love their pragmatism and straight takes on such a range of topics from tech to gender and race in the industry. I have found this episode particularly inspiring, as I am seeking to resume employment in IT after having worked as a teacher (IT and other subjects) for some years. I will look forward to moving forward knowing I’m proceeding in-line with a lot of their advice and so can be hopeful of a successful outcome.

    I guess the more I see and hear from people such as your guests, the more hopeful I become that there is a place in the world for someone who wants to work honestly and ethically and not just base their career around politicking and agendas that seem so common with some employers.

    All the best to the Women in Linux organisation. I’ll be looking-up these ladies with great interest. Fantastic – thanks again, everyone :+1:

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