Sasha is a Product Manager at GitHub, focused on helping engineers be successful with using GitHub for work as well as for open source.
In her career, Sasha has worked in development, operations, consulting, and cloud architecture. Sasha is an organizer of DevOpsDays Chicago, a chair of DeliveryConf, and a published author.
Long time release engineer, mainframe whisperer, problem solver, quality engineer, devopsy person who has seen quite a few amazing and bizarre things in his time in the industry. Currently focused on product quality at Hashicorp. Lives in Seattle and has a loud tuxedo cat his coworkers seem to like more than they like him.
Sean has been working at Chef since 2011. He spent most of that time as a consultant, traveling around the world helping customers automate their infrastructures. Before that, he was a Puppet user, and before that, a CFEngine user. He currently manages the Chef Cookbooks project.
Sean is a problem solver: a software developer that loves applying software principles to infrastructure automation and web applications. Sean wanted to program most of his life, realized he didn’t like it during his first job, spent 13 years as a network guy that wrote a lot of code, joined an awesome web startup as a web developer, and has rediscovered his joy for software development. After that ended, he moved into a more devops type role where he can have his feet in both camps. He’s currently with a consulting company that’s responsible for the infrastructure and applications at a large American sporting league.
Seth Falcon has been a part of the engineering team at CHEF for over four years. He led the team that built erchef, the port of Chef Server to Erlang and Postgresql. For the past year, he’s been leading a new product development effort for Chef Delivery.
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