All Software Architecture, All the Time
June 10-13, 2019
San Jose, CA
Paula Paul

Paula Paul
Distinguished Engineer, Slalom Build


Paula Paul is a Distinguished Engineer with Slalom Build, where she helps organizations adopt cloud native technology and serves the community as an ABI Syster, diversity speaker, and mentor. Paula entered the workforce as a software engineer at IBM in the early ’80s, where she shipped her first product on magnetic tape. She’s shipped many software products since then, evangelized .NET with Microsoft, held executive positions in technology architecture and operations, and taught people of all ages to code. Paula is passionate about equal opportunities for technical literacy and enjoys (half) joking that Kubernetes reminds her of IBM/370 systems programming.


3:00pm–3:45pm Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Paula Paul (Slalom Build), Cassandra Shum (ThoughtWorks)
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Architecture standards change in months, not years, bringing new capabilities, but taking advantage of them requires constant monitoring and tight feedback loops. We’ve embraced continuous delivery, but how do we enable continuous evolution? Paula Paul and Cassandra Shum explore architecture as code as a means to enable continuous evolution. Read more.