Justin Lintz will moderate this solutions-oriented session. We will discuss factors that contribute to burnout, and discuss some broad measures for early detection of, and recovery from, burnout. A panel of practitioners will discuss these factors in the context of their own experiences and focus on solutions that everyone in the audience can factor into their daily lives and work.
Panelists are still to be announced, and will be added here as they are confirmed.
Justin Lintz is the director of web operations at Spring, where he is in charge of Spring’s growing AWS infrastructure. Previously he worked in operations roles at Chartbeat, Bitly, and TheStreet. Justin earned his degree in computer science with applied mathematics at University at Albany, SUNY. Justin resides in New York with his Amazon Echo, Alexa.
Maggie Zhou works on the Core Platform team at Etsy where she builds infrastructure to manage challenges scaling the site. Before Etsy, Maggie spent time at the Recurse Center and wrote software at Google.
At Flynn, Alex Nobert is working on the next-generation PaaS of your dreams. Previously, he built and led Ops at Shopify, Vox Media, and Minted. For some reason, he enjoys wearing a tie. Alex has a side gig as a personal assistant to Pupperz and Trudy, the two dogs with whom he shares a house.
Ceren has been doing sysadmin/ops at nearly a dozen companies since before the first dotcom crash, and most recently at Shapeways. She is enthusiastic about cross-company ops discussions, has a lasting love of hardware and datacenter planning, and is a fanatical advocate of the principle of least surprise. Her spare time is spent with rescue pigeons, gender/queer issues, and Hawaiian ethnobotany.
Bryan Liles is a principal engineer on the Cloud Engineering team at Capital One. When not helping a huge back move to the public cloud, he gets to speak at conferences on topics ranging from machine learning to building the next generation of developers. In his free time, Bryan races cars in straight lines and around turns and builds robots and devices.
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