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Operations engineer @ Deeper Insights that enjoys build software, pipelines and communities. Always ready to learn the path to production using source control, continuous integration and continuous delivery for applications, databases and infrastructure. The deployment pipeline is his favourite technical and cultural tool.
Full-time, 14-years-in-the-making, software engineer with a DevOps and Craftsmanship mindset. Previously, I worked mainly as a dev freelancer, but also as a consultant, school teacher, media producer and project manager. I’m a very big fan of TDD as a development practice, very fond of microservices, of automating as much as possible in the dev, build and deploy pipeline, but also in finding ways to augment individual and team learning experiences.
Miguel Antunes is a DevOps advocate and an active member of the DevOps community in Portugal. Passionate about software engineering practices, he sees in DevOps a way to maximize business impact by promoting engineering excellence through the entire software lifecycle. He was part of establishing the DevOps and Continuous Delivery mindset at OutSystems R&D, which reshaped the way we think about and deliver products.
Delivery Manager at Blip - Paddy Power Betfair, focused on people and Continuous Improvement. She started her professional path in the QA and has always been an enthusiast about the Agile and DevOps cultures and on exploring new ways to deliver working software quickly without compromising quality.
Independent DevOps and Continuous Delivery Consultant, focused on teams and flow. Manuel helps organizations adopting DevOps and Continuous Delivery (both from technical and human perspectives) via strategic assessments, practical workshops and technical coaching. He’s also the DevOps lead for InfoQ. Tweets https://twitter.com/manupaisable. Blogs https://medium.com/@manupaisable. Manuel is co-author of a book on Software Releasability (http://releasabilitybook.com) and another on Team Topologies (http://teamtopologies.com).