#SpeedOfLife Week Two Recap
May 20, 2021 by Nikema Prophet
Tweets, Clips, and Double the Livestreams
In week two, we shared some awesome clips from my #SpeedOfLife interviews. Additionally, we had a bonus live stream with Kelsey Hightower. To date, there has been an element of chaos in each live stream. I’ve got two more planned, so two chances to get through a smooth stream 🤞🏾.
— NikemaWrites.com (@dev_nikema) May 14, 2021
The Armory Crew is Chiming In
I shared clips from my chats with Becky Jaimes (Chief of Staff) and Margaret Francis (COO). It was nice to hear their personalized perspectives on #SpeedOfLife.
— NikemaWrites.com (@dev_nikema) May 17, 2021
I talked with @cloudarmory COO, Margaret Francis last week about working at the #SpeedOfLife. She brought up single mom programmers a few times and it was nice to feel seen ❤ pic.twitter.com/ZPtblvfaxA
— NikemaWrites.com (@dev_nikema) May 19, 2021
Reminder, You Can Join the Conversation on Twitter
Jeff Barr and Isaac Mosquera did. Just use the hashtag #SpeedOfLife and share what coding at the speed of life means to you.
— Isaac Is Laughing (@imosquera) May 12, 2021
We’re chatting with the community for the month of May. I’d love to hear your point of view. See you next week!
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