Tracy Bannon

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Life After WordPress

When to outsource, and when to just do it!

“This is the beginning and the best is yet to come! ” Time to simplify! Time to drink my own champagne. I don’t need someone hosting my website or managing my content. I am committed to providing by guidance as code and using Git to managed my espressions with y’all. Photo by averie woodard

Podcast Series:On the Road to DevHops

In this video series, Trac Bannon and Bryan Finster belly up to the bar and have an honest dialog about DevOps, Software Engineering, and delivering value. These two spar, disagree, and even invite few guests when they need new punching bags (just kidding). From being a “SADMF” to Culture to debates on the meaning of Autonomy, the content is relevant and unedited. Trac and Bryan even add an occasional guest to spice up the mix!

Podcast Series:Tech.Strong.Women

Tracy Bannon and Charlene O’Hanlon co-host this video series on focused on the challenges and successes that have helped shape women’s collective journey in IT and ways to elevate conversations around equity and parity beyond gender norms. Guests range from rising starts to CEOs who are all, as I like to say, totally #Badass View the entire season on Digital Anarchist. Here are the most recent! Beyond Gender Norms In this inaugural episode of Tech.

Burlap or Tapestry? Educational Diversity

My personal journey has taught me the absolute value in diversity; our many varied paths provide a broad set of experiences transforming the fabric of our creative problem solving from burlap to a rich tapestry. With my mental map in mind, how do you think I responded to this question posed to me a few days ago: “I see your undergraduate degree is a BA, why would I listen to you about anything related to software?

A Year Of Change For This Software Architect

2020. What a year of change this has been.

Tech Reflections When I started receiving congratulations messages on my work anniversary, it struck me just how fast the last 525,600 minutes have passed. So much has changed, and yet much remains the same. What has changed? After nearly 13 years, I left Deloitte Consulting, LLP to join the MITRE Corporation; I had honestly never thought that I would leave Deloitte. While I miss my friends and colleagues @ Uncle D’s, I’ve gained anew with MITRE.