Andy de la Lucha is a Linux system administrator in Portland, Oregon. She works at a large multinational where she brings the wisdom of the Internet to the reluctant enterprise. (Whether they want to hear it or not.)
She has stood nervously behind the podium at OSCON, Open Source Bridge, Ubuntu Live, and other events. Her talks usually focus on how and why we choose tools and technologies, focusing on both systems and organizational stuff.
Her spiritual mentors include uncle Tim (O’Reilly), cousin Kathy (Sierra), and uncle Paul (Graham.)
Andy gets uppity about Mexican food and will be down the street eating burritos while y’all are playing Werewolf.
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