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O’Reilly Security Conference - Consensual software: Prioritizing user trust and safety
Making Online Collaboration Safer at GitHub
DZone - Privacy and Consensual IoT
Feerless in the press
San Francisco Chronicle - Trigger warning: New app warns Netflix viewers of graphic content
KOMO News radio spot - New app warns Netflix viewers with PTSD about content that may trigger panic attacks
The Mighty mental health blog - New App Will Make Netflix Binge-Watching Safer for People With PTSD
Demoing Netflix Triggers - a Waze for Netflix to help people with PTSD watch their shows in peace.
Call My Nana is an app I set up that calls my grandmother every day to remind her to take her medication. It’s been running for nearly 3 years now!
Design 101 for Developers: 5 Ways to Make Your Site Less Ugly is a talk I did at Twilio on 5 simple design patterns to implement on websites to make them less terrible.
The Curious Case of the Developer on the Design Team I spoke with my teammate Nina Mehta about the importance of designers and developers working closely together.
I speak out about what it’s like to change careers and join software development in Quit Law and Code: A Guide to Transition from Law to App Development.
Diversity in tech
I was on Bay Area Focus speaking about Mission Bit and the importance of volunteering in the tech community.
Pictures from speaking at MLK middle school today! pic.twitter.com/6XKeNX6juY— Danielle Leong (@tsunamino) May 17, 2014
Women in Tech: How I got here and how to survive being in a male-dominated workforce is a talk I did at Mercy High School Burlingame to a group of young women about how they can pursue a career in tech.