Sarah Novotny is a technical evangelist and community manager for NGINX. Novotny has run large scale technology infrastructures as a systems engineer and a database administrator for Amazon.com and the ill-fated Ads.com. In 2001 she founded Blue Gecko, a remote database administration company with two peers from Amazon. Blue Gecko was sold to DatAvail in 2012. Sarah has also curated teams and been a leader in customer communities focused on high availability web application and platform delivery, for Meteor Entertainment and Chef. She regularly talks about technology infrastructure and geek lifestyle. Sarah is additionally a program chair for O’Reilly Media’s OSCON. Her technology writing and adventures as well as her more esoteric musings are found at sarahnovotny.com.
Rachel Roumeliotis, a strategic content director at O’Reilly Media, leads an editorial team that covers a wide variety of programming topics ranging from full-stack, to open source in the enterprise, to emerging programming languages. She is a programming chair for OSCON and O’Reilly’s Software Architecture Conference. She has been working in technical publishing for 10 years, acquiring content in many areas including mobile programming, UX, computer security, and AI.
Matthew McCullough, Training Pioneer for GitHub, is an energetic 15-year veteran of enterprise software development, world-traveling open source educator, and co-founder of a US consultancy. All these activities provide him avenues for sharing success stories about leveraging Git and GitHub. Matthew is a contributing author to the Gradle and Jenkins O’Reilly books, and creator of the Git Master Class series for O’Reilly. Matthew regularly speaks on the No Fluff Just Stuff conference tour, is the author of the DZone Git RefCard, and is president of the Denver Open Source Users Group.
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