Barcelona, Spain
October 25-28, 2016

Event Details


Speed Mentoring Organized by Women of OpenStack, Sponsored by Intel

If you're new to OpenStack, this session is a great icebreaker and a way to get know new and experienced people in the OpenStack community. We plan to divide the session between career and technical mentoring. Mentees will be organized into small groups and each group will have several 15 minute mentoring sessions. In your small group, you'll get to know a bit about a mentor and have an opportunity to ask them a question or two about how you can grow your career, get involved in the community, and make the most of the summit. Then, at the end of 15 minutes, a new mentor will cycle to your group and the process will repeat.

If you're already a part of the OpenStack community, please consider signing up as a mentor. It's a wonderful way to meet new people, and pass on a bit of your knowledge about our community. Mentors will need to show up slightly earlier (by 7:15am, but breakfast is provided!). We will have a preparation call for mentors before the summit to go over what you should expect from the event.

More information about the Mentoring Program, sponsored by the Women of OpenStack, is available here. https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Mentors

Tuesday, October 25, 7:30am-8:35am
Difficulty Level: Beginner
IBM
Emily has been working on IBM mainframe virtualization for 10 years, specializing in functional test, systems management and CPU virtualization.  She contributes to the OpenStack Tempest project and writes the occasional blog on OpenStack.  She has attended summits since Kilo and given Brown Bag talks and webcasts and a summit session on IBM z/VM and OpenStack.  She's also... FULL PROFILE