Katy DeCorah

October 1, 2016
How to get married at an Airbnb
On Saturday, June 18, Jason and I were married at an Airbnb on the side of a mountain near Manchester, Vermont. It ended up being more beautiful than both of us imagined.
September 20, 2016
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman 2016
My mom and I attended the Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshop again, this year at Greek Peak outside of Cortland, New York.
August 10, 2016
Organizing a conference with bots
Last year, Ela Conf organizers and I relied on Google Forms for women to submit anything from talks to volunteer applications. Forms worked well for us, but reviewing abstracts in a spreadsheet wasn’t exactly a fun thing to do. With the help of Zapier, I created some efficient little bots that keep us organized and motivated.
June 8, 2016
What I learned after working remotely for 2 years
I have entered my terrible terrific twos of working remotely. Working from yoga pants. Working from couch. Working from over the sink as I eat leftovers. The glamour. The rolling out of bed. The “I’m going to wake up early and walk, lol jk.”
May 30, 2016
The farm
My Mapbox squad threw me a bachelorette party in the woods. We relaxed, hiked, ate, drank, and danced.
May 8, 2016
Unconventional use cases for Jekyll
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of speaking at JekyllConf. My talk, Unconventional use cases for Jekyll, is a love story about Jekyll, and ok, some of the experiments and projects I’ve made with it.
March 20, 2016
Plotters Kill Preserve
January 9, 2016
X-Files for every occasion
I love the X-Files and to celebrate the new season I created a list of episodes that I think about often.
January 3, 2016
Bozen Kill Preserve
Today we hiked Bozen Kill Preserve in Altamont. It was muddy, icy, and even muddy-icy combo, but it’s a lovely trail.
November 23, 2015
Ela Conf
Earlier this year, Joni Trythall retweeted something about a new tech conference, ELA Conf, to empower women to pursue leadership roles. There was just something (re: :sparkles:) about the conference that got me excited, and suddenly I found myself emailing the conference (not even realizing that Joni was on the other end):