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Michael is a veteran systems management professional. He has worked across multiple industry verticals as a software trainer, a front-line technician, a back-office engineer, an enterprise architect, and a manager of large-scale, global computing environments. His passions encompass envisioning, designing, building, and improving business and organizational systems of all varieties and at every scale. He is particularly passionate about helping systems professionals develop better ways to work together, improve the products they deliver, and most importantly, the culture of the workplaces in which we all labor.
Hi, I’m Laura. I believe that done is better than perfect, that iteration, simplicity, and customer feedback are keys to success, and that community-driven efforts lead to powerful change. When I’m not working (Senior Site Reliability Engineer at Klaviyo) or organizing the PyLadies Boston and Boston Devops meetups, I enjoy a nice cup of tea and board games with friends.
Don Luchini is a Boston-based DevOps engineer specializing in infrastructure management and deployment automation pipelines. Over the past ten years, he has acted in the corporate IT, quality assurance, software development, and release engineering spaces, encompassing a number of roles that now fall under the term DevOps. He currently works at SimpliSafe, a Boston-based manufacturer of connected home security systems. In his spare time, he is a martial artist, radio enthusiast, and hobby photographer.
Michael works as a Site Reliability Engineer for Carbon Black, a SaaS security company in the Boston area. He has a passion for all things surrounding cloud design and architecture, building tools with Go, automating infrastructure provisioning, and deployment automation pipelines. While not tinkering with tech he can be found pressing arcade stick buttons, or banging on drums.
Paul Bruce is a DevOps Advisor, helping to transform enterprise software teams and delivery practices. He currently serves in the role of Founder at Growgistics, is a working group member of IEEE P2675, daylights with the Neotys team as Dir. of Customer Engineer, moonlights as a Papa of two, and lives as a friend to all. He loves meat pies, picklebacks, and community work. His technical research wheelhouse includes cloud management, high availability service architecture, API design and experience, continuous testing at scale, and organizational learning frameworks. He writes, listens, and teaches about software delivery patterns in enterprises and key industries and F1000s around the world. You can learn more at: http://paulsbruce.io
Adam is a DevOps Engineer at edX, he enjoys combining software and systems engineering to build and run large-scale fault-tolerant environments. Before joining edX, he spent time solving infrastructure and security problems at large and small financial organizations in Boston. When he’s not at a laptop he can be found skiing tall mountains or exploring far away oceans.
Anna Nagy is a support engineer at AWS, where she works on the Training & Certification team’s lab environments and tools. Previously, she was at Travis CI, where she did product, support, and data engineering, and in the edtech space where she focused on customer onboarding and developer tools. Outside tech, she enjoys baking, hanging out with her critters, and snowboarding.
Derek is a Linux System Administrator with a passion for reducing waste and toil. With a background as a Lean certified Quality Inspector in manufacturing, he found a way to bring the joy of the Kaizen method to his passion of Linux and technological systems. He now works for PerkinElmer in the BioPharmacuitcal space to help accelerate the Scientists' research through making computational resources easy to obtain and use. Outside of the computer world he can be found doing photography with the Boston Area Photography group, cooking, or listening to a veriety of music.
Aaron Aldrich is a Developer Advocate at LaunchDarkly, Founding organizer of DevOpsDays Hartford, and frequent DevOpsDays organizer and participant all over. When not talking about DevOps and Resilience Engineering, you can find him talking about Mental Health with osmi-help.org or running Emotional Intelligence workshops with EmotionalAPI.com. Find him on twitter @crayzeigh for general nonsense and tomfoolery.