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Sukhbir Dhillon started Addteq with the idea of automating software deployments and the future of running software shops as a crucial assembly line for manufacturing businesses. When Sukhbir isn't coding, dreaming of automation or being the CEO of Addteq, he is at home playing with his three-year-old daughter.
Himanshu Chhetri is the CTO of Addteq and has a background in DevOps and Atlassian Tool implementations. His recent interests include ChatOps, Containers and Serverless Computing. He's spoken at numerous Atlassian User Groups, hosted training sessions, and presented at a handful of conferences. When Himanshu is not working, he likes listening to podcasts, trying different microbrews, and exploring NYC in his version of "Yelp Roulette".
Curtis Yanko is a Sr Principal Architect at Sonatype and a DevOps coach/evangelist. Prior to coming to Sonatype Curtis started the DevOps Center of Enablement at a Fortune 100 insurance company and chaired an Open Source Governance Committee. When he isn’t working with customers and partners on how to build security and governance into modern CI/CD pipelines he can be found raising service dogs or out playing ultimate frisbee during his lunch hour.
Steve Cross is Americas Channel Manager at Atlassian. Previously Steve was in Channel/Partner Management for companies as diverse as Silicon Graphics, Connectix, and Smith Micro. Steve got his start in technology in 1981, selling keypunch machines. Yes, that makes Steve older than dirt.
Anthony is a Senior Infrastructure Engineer at Real Capital Analytics and has been with the firm since 2007, when he first began as a Tech intern. With certifications in AWS and Puppet, and a knack for problem-solving, Anthony has been a key player in building a resilient infrastructure for his team to engineer against.
Steve is Chief Architect at Real Capital Analytics, working with engineers, analysts and stakeholders to craft systems that both deliver and innovate. Prior to joining RCA, Steve was Director of IT for Teach for America and the founder of Techbloom, a consultancy firm. With over two decades of experience in writing code, modeling data, and guiding tech initiatives, Steve knows that the best solutions are discovered, not designed.
June 15th 2017 3:30PM - 9:00 PM
Convene at 117 W 46th St, New York