You're a failure! Now what?

Michael Gat offers tips for responding well to inevitable failure, in his UpSCALE Lightning Talk.
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Failure is inevitable; the important thing is to know what to do after you fail, says Michael Gat, a project manager and data science consultant, in his Lightning Talk, "You're a Failure! Now What?" at the 16th annual Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE).

With good humor, Michael's presentation offers ways to tackle failure in order to succeed. One way to be successful in your failures, he says, is to know what types of failures you're best at.

Watch Michael's talk to learn more about planning for the failures coming your way.

During the UpSCALE Lightning Talks hosted by at the 16th annual Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE) in March 2018, eight presenters shared quick takes on interesting open source topics, projects, and ideas. Watch all of the UpSCALE Lightning Talks on the YouTube channel.

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There are some kinds of failure that are actually quite stimulating intellectually. Figuring out where and how something failed is a very interesting question. Even if you're not smart enough to fix it, knowing why something failed can be enlightening.

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