SREies is a series on topics related to my job as a Site Reliability Engineer (SRE). About a month ago, I wrote an article about what it means to be an SRE which included a compatibility quiz and resource list to those who were intrigued by the role. …


Women Who Code Webinar: My Career in Coding and How I Transitioned My Career

Yesterday I had the opportunity to give a presentation in a Women Who Code SF Webinar hosted by Hackbright Academy. The Webinar was entitled: “My Career in Coding and How I Transitioned My Career.”

I set three objectives for the talk:

  • Objective #1: Walk through my experience making a career…

The SRE Book

About 9 months ago I set out to leave my teaching career of six years to pursue a career as a Software Engineer. I attended a 3 month Programming Bootcamp called Hackbright Academy during which I not only learned the fundamentals of programming, but more importantly, the fundamentals of what…


Justin McLeod Bethune, creator of The Bethune Project

Justin McLeod Bethune is on a mission to change the way Black men are portrayed in our society. After watching the documentary 13th, Justin was frustrated by the media’s history of promoting negative images of Black men as rapists, jokesters/ ‘dumb’ entertainers and criminals. …


In my previous post, I introduced my month long project called #Educate28 in which I pledge to post one educational tool per day for learning more about Black History. In case you missed them (or don’t use twitter), check out last week’s tools below.

Week 1 Recap is viewable here


In my previous post, I introduced my month long project called #Educate28 in which I pledge to post one educational tool per day for learning more about Black History. In case you missed them (or don’t use twitter), check out last week’s tools below.

Week 1 Recap is viewable here.

Day 8: Henrietta Lack’s Contributions to Cancer Research


In my previous post, I introduced my month long project called #Educate28 in which I pledge to post one educational tool per day for learning more about Black History. In case you missed them (or don’t use twitter), check out last week’s tools below.

Day 1: Documentary 13th

View the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V66F3WU2CKk

Day…

My parents and I on the day I graduated from my Masters Program, 2013

At first glance, you might not know that I come from a mixed home. Even though I have very fair skin, I identify as an African American woman. Whenever Black History Month comes along, it is important for me to try to stay as educated as possible about my heritage.


How I Got My Job Alumni Panel at Hackbright Academy, December 2016. Credit: Diane Phillips.

This week I served on a panel at Hackbright Academy entitled “How I Got My Job Alumni Panel.” …

Krishelle Hardson-Hurley

Former HS Math/Spanish Teacher, now Site Reliability Engineer @Dropbox. Passionate about tech & education, w/ a splash of Disney. https://www.krishelle.me/

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