For the month of March, I'm challenging myself to write a weekly "Listicle" style article for the different communities and audiences that make up the TDAA readership. No matter how technical this blog veers, it is and always has been my way of writing love letters to social movement organizers. This is my core motivation for learning data/tech and for writing at all! So my first post is dedicated to you <3
Reflection on my 8th Salesforce.org Open Source Community Sprint! Update on the Data Generation Toolkit community project! What access, support, and enablement mean to me! Plus, some puns.
What to do when you outgrow your grassroots spreadsheet systems? Try Airtable! It's flexible, freemium, and fun to use. Oh, and this is #NotAnAd!
Does technology like e-signature cost us time or save us time? Also, how do you go about implementing something like e-signature? Plus, puns!
In this edition of Dear Spreadsheet Whisperer, lessons about how to set up spreadsheets to ask hard questions about racial equity in schools.
5 lessons from Dr. King and his entourage on movement building through problem solving and behind-the-scenes system crafting.
Follow along with my first forays into Snowfakery! Warning: Code! Command Line! Im-pasta Syndrome!
This catapulted Mrs. Dungee beyond simple accounting and into visionary/badass/changemaker territory. And of course - underscores lessons that I'm learning more and more every day - there is no such thing as "back office" in social movement organizations. All of our grievances - and all of our work - are connected.
A technical blogpost about learning Salesforce Flows turns into a sappy blogpost about friends and community. Who wouldda thunk it?
In the latest installment of civil writes, mailing lists! solidarity! Angela Davis! and a special appearance by Francois Clemmons!