What I’m Doing Now

Everything you’ve wanted to know about Sarah and what’s happening right now!
Quick link:  sarahwithee.com/now

(This list current as of April 11, 2018.)

Now

  • Just started as a software engineer at Arcadia on their data pipeline team.
  • Living in Pittsburgh, PA
  • I am singing with the Renaissance City Choir in their summer concert “Joined By Heart – Love Will Always Win” on June 2nd and 3rd.
  • Working on The Rest of Us in Tech, a project to amplify the stories and voices of the underrepresented groups in tech. Currently it’s a podcast but will be expanding to other phases soon.
  • Starting work on Code Thesaurus, a way to compare languages and see similarities

Near Future

  • I am a backup speaker for Heartifacts in Pittsburgh, PA on April 20-21. My talk is TBA.
  • I was invited to speak at Deliver:Agile 2018 in Austin, TX on April 30-May2. I’m giving my “Building Your Team to Last” talk.
  • I am speaking at Music City Code on May 31-June 2. I’ll be giving my “A Primer on Functional Programming” talk.

Availablity

I am currently looking for more conferences to speak at for my list of growing topics, both technical and non-technical. Click here to see my talks.

I am looking for more interested women in tech or junior developers to work on an open source project I’m starting. Contact me or tweet me if interested.

I am looking for more teaching or mentoring opportunities in Pittsburgh, PA. Contact me or tweet me and we can talk about it.

I wrote the Medium post “Life, Gender, and the Pursuit of Happiness” in September 2015 and has over 10,000 views. I also gave the talk “The Power of Secrets” in 2016 and 2017 talking about the incredibly unexpected results that happened from that post. I continue to get amazing and wonderful feedback from both. The blog post has reposted on four publications including Women 2.0. I will continue to respond to every comment and encourage those who need it. (If you haven’t left a comment or tweet, please do! I’d love to hear from you!)

Thank you to Derek Sivers for the idea of making a /now page.