Yevgeniy Brikman leads a concise masterclass on how to write infrastructure code, sharing key lessons from the Infrastructure Cookbook Gruntwork developed while creating and maintaining a library of over 300,000 lines of infrastructure code that’s used in production by hundreds of companies. Join in to hear war stories, laugh about all the mistakes Gruntwork made along the way, and learn what Terraform, Packer, Docker, and Go look like in the wild.
Yevgeniy “Jim” Brikman is the cofounder of Gruntwork, a company that uses Terraform to create infrastructure packages to get customers up and running on AWS in under two weeks; the company also provides Terraform training. Previously, Yevgeniy was a software engineer at LinkedIn, TripAdvisor, Cisco Systems, and Thomson Financial. He loves programming, writing, speaking, traveling, and lifting heavy things. He is the author of A Comprehensive Guide to Terraform, a series of informative blog posts published on Gruntwork’s blog, and the O’Reilly books Terraform: Up & Running and Hello, Startup: A Programmer’s Guide to Building Products, Technologies, and Teams. Yevgeniy holds a BS and a master’s degree, both from Cornell University.
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