Our industry moves fast. What does that mean for our teams, for our careers, for companies that we join or create? Beyond committing to a career of continuous learning, what does remaining relevant in tech look like? Dianne Marsh looks back at 30 years as a software professional, addressing how things have changed and how they’ve stayed the same.
Dianne Marsh is a director of engineering at Netflix, where she leads a team responsible for tools and systems used for continuous integration, delivery, and deployment to the AWS cloud by nearly all engineers in the company—which are often released as open source tools to the broad community. Dianne coauthored Atomic Scala with Bruce Eckel. She holds a master of science degree in computer science from Michigan Technological University.
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