Aisha Blake

Special guest

Aisha is a champion of feedback, a fierce accessibility advocate, and a steward of strong teams currently building </a>, a musical tech conference. She also supports community by co-organizing <a href="" rel="nofollow">self.conference</a> and <a href="" rel="nofollow">Detroit Speakers in Tech</a>. A theatre kid turned tech community leader, she approaches speaking and teaching as a way to give others the tools to shine as brightly as they can. In her spare time, she sings karaoke and pets dogs.</p> </section> <header class="list-header"> <h3> Aisha Blake has been a guest on 1 episode. </h3> </header> <ul class="list header"> <li> <figure id="episode_246a2a9a-62c0-4508-8891-7b2f159c96b0" class="list-background"><a href="/documentation-as-performance"></a></figure> <div class="list-item prose"> <h3> <a href="/documentation-as-performance">196: Documentation as Performance with Aisha Blake</a> </h3> <h6> <span> <i class="far fa-calendar-alt"></i> August 19th, 2020  |  <i class="far fa-clock"></i> 55 mins 24 secs </span> </h6> <p>In this episode, Aisha Blake talks about documentation: documentation as narratives, forms of documentation worth investing in, and telling stories through documentation. She also talks about making documentation accessible and approachable, and how to best give constructive, consensual feedback.</p> </div> </li> </ul> </main> <footer class="footer"> <h5 class="footer-title"> <strong> Greater Than Code </strong> is © 2020 by Mandy Moore </h5> <ul class="footer-nav"> <li><a href="/episodes">Episodes</a></li> <li><a href="/hosts">Hosts</a></li> <li><a href="/guests">Guests</a></li> <li><a href="/contact">Contact</a></li> <li><a href="/search">Search</a></li> <li><a href="/articles">Blog</a></li> <li><a href="/subscribe">Subscribe</a></li> </ul> </footer> <footer class="site-footer"> <a title="Powered by Fireside" class="fireside-link" href=""> <img style="margin-bottom: .5em;" src="" /> <span>Powered by Fireside</span> </a></footer> </body> </html>