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Our local team
Tom instigated and helped organize the DevOpsDays Atlanta 2016 conference, as well as having attended DoD in Austin and Chicago in years prior. He worked as a Novell Certified Engineer in the mid to late 90’s and more recently spent 5+ years managing the customer-facing enterprise products and solutions training labs at Dell in Round Rock. He is now a DevOps Engineering Manager at American Campus Communities.
Scott has helped organize DevOps Days Austin since it started in 2012. His primary responsibility is the web site, although he has helped with sponsors in the past. He is currently the CTO of SeniorLeaf. He loves teams that care about happiness, vulnerability, and empathy. And he loves tennis.
Dan is a long time DevOps evangelist working with very large enterprises. He has been involved in the Agile / Lean / DevOps movement in a number of management, product management, and process consulting roles. In addition to the work stuff, he is active in the Austin community as a DevOpsDays organizer for the last 4 years as well as with the AgileAustin community as a program lead.
Boyd Hemphill is a DevOps raconteur and thought leader in the silicon hills of Austin Texas. Boyd founded Austin DevOps when he learned this thing he was doing had a name. Boyd also assists with the organization of DevOps Days Austin. In his professional life, Boyd has been a developer (PL/SQL and PHP), DBA (Oracle and MySQL), and system administrator. He has even been a Director of DevOps and would enjoy you coming to poke fun at him for it.
Lee has been an organizer/volunteer for DevOpsDays Austin since its founding and participated in the organization of the first US DevOpsDays event in Mountain View in 2010. He keeps coming back to DevOpsDays because he still hasn’t figured it all out yet. When not messing with distributed applications, he’s messing around with 240Z’s and Airstreams.
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