Jessica Kerr is a developer of development systems. She works remotely from St. Louis, for Atomist, where she writes automations and automation infrastructure in TypeScript, Clojure, and whatever else is needed. She is a back-end developer who believes the front-end is most crucial. Jessica speaks at conferences in the US and Europe; find her on the >Code podcast (greaterthancode.com) and on Twitter and Medium as @jessitron.
|Collective Problem Solving in Music, Science, Art, and Software.|
|Principles of Collaborative Automation|
|Shaving the Golden Yak|
|TypeScript for the Enterprise|
|Twin Cities Software Symposium||March 8 - 10, 2019||Minneapolis, MN|
|Gateway Software Symposium||April 5 - 6, 2019||St. Louis, MO|
|ÜberConf||July 16 - 19, 2019||Denver, CO|
Developer Automation and the Art of Yak Shaving
November 14, 2018
This week I get to sit with Jessica Kerr (aka jessitron) to discuss a topic developers love to hate – yak shaving. Jessica takes a different approach to Yak Shaving and sees it not as an inconvenience, but as an opportunity. Listen to learn more!