I’m a multi-disciplined Software, Reliability, and Cloud Systems Engineer with two decades of experience spanning various client, server and cloud infrastructure technologies. These days I work extensively with:
Some of the highlights of my professional carreer include:
My love for technology is matched only by my passion for community service:
Coding, writing, recording, teaching, speaking. It's all (mostly) here.
Closing keynote at GopherCon. July 2019.
Serverless Go Orchestration on AWS @ GopherCon. July 2019.
Member of GopherCon Program Committee. 2019.
Regular panelist on the Go Time podcast. 2019.
Serverless Lens on AWS Well Architected Framework. January 2019.
Serverless Orchestration on AWS. October 2018.
Delivered a talk on Go, FaaS/Serverless Orchestration. October 2018.
Delivered a lightning talk on Go, FaaS/Serverless on AWS. August 2018.
Full day Go training at GopherCon 2018. August 2018.
Delivered a workshop on getting started with the Go programming language. October 2017.
Delivered a 2-hour workshop on building Serverless Slack Bots with AWS Lambda at Coder(Her) Conference. September 2017.
Delivered "Popular Go Libraries" talk at the Baltimore Go User Group. May 2017.
Delivered "Mine the Debt" at the inaugural Capital Go Language Conference. April 2017.
I was a guest on the Hacker Practice podcast, talking about life, coding, business, and startups. March 2017.
I was listed alongside many prominent gophers (whom I, myself, admire), on the New Relic blog. February 2017.
Delivered "Go, Quickly", a talk on how to get started programming in Go. February 2017.
Delivered "Interacting with Databases" workshop at the Baltimore Go User Group. February 2017.
Delivered "Building Web Applications in Go" workshop at the Baltimore Go User Group. January 2017.
Delivered "Building Chat Bots in Golang" workshop at the Baltimore Go User Group. December 2016.
Delivered "Building Command Line Applications with Go" workshop at the Baltimore Go User Group. November 2016.
Organized and taught the first GoBridge Boston workshop thanks in large part to the awesome gophers in the Boston area and the support of Pivotal Labs. May 2016.
Delivered two workshops: "Programming Fundamentals" and "Building APIs for Web and Mobile Apps". September 2015.