[School-of-data] What I learned from working on School of Data
anna.kuliberda at gmail.com
Tue Mar 10 14:34:06 UTC 2015
Thanks for this, it's great and really useful especially since I struggle
with similar questions and issues all the time :)
best wishes from Sarajevo!
On Tue, Mar 10, 2015 at 3:02 PM, Lucy Chambers <lucy at fedia.net> wrote:
> Hi there folks,
> Looking at the list archives, I'm not sure that my "I'm moving on from
> School of Data" message came through to the list so apologies if this
> comes out sequence.
> I've had a lovely month off winding down from work and have had time to
> do some writing on what I learned working at Open Knowledge and
> particularly on School of Data. I'm sending it along in case it is of
> This first post is about people and is entitled: “Why I deleted the word
> ‘techie’ from my vocabulary” - http://techtohuman.com/5_in_5_people/
> #longread warning.
> There is a part which is particularly pertinent to School of Data, if
> you would like to jump straight to that:
> Which focusses on the decision for the Open Knowledge School of Data
> team to focus on tech skills below a code ceiling, and whether that was
> a good idea, and whether a code ceiling even exists.
> One of the next posts I want to write is on teaching, so I am keen for
> any feedback on whether the framing I use here makes sense to people, as
> I suspect the topic will rear its head again in the next post!
> Thank you as ever,
> Lucy Chambers
> lucy at fedia.net
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