STACK-X Meetup #6: Living and Breathing DevOps

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With our next edition of STACK-X: Meetup, we turn our focus to tech culture. Join us to learn from the experience of two practitioners in getting the best out of DevOps for your organisation.

Nigel Kersten, Chief Technology Officer, Puppet, will share his insights on the importance of culture in ensuring success in DevOps and GovTech’s Joseph Goh, Software Engineer, will share the lessons learnt by the MyCareersFuture team.

Meetup Details
Date: Thursday 5 Dec 2019
Time: 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Venue: Mapletree Business City, 10 Pasir Panjang Road, #10-01, Singapore[masked]

Programme
6:30pm - 7:00pm – Registration
7:00pm - 8:00pm - Talks
(1) DevOps - Why Culture Needs to be Your Focus By Nigel Kersten
(2) Dev > DevOps > DevOops by Joseph Goh
(3) Q&A (20mins)
8:00pm - 8:30pm – Networking

Light refreshments will be provided.

About the Presenters

Nigel Kersten
Nigel is Field CTO at Puppet, responsible for bringing product knowledge and a senior technical operations perspective to Puppet field teams and customers, working on services strategy, and representing the customer back into the product organization. He also works with many of Puppet’s largest customers on the cultural and organizational changes necessary for large scale DevOps implementations. Nigel has served in a range of executive roles at Puppet across product and engineering over the last 9 years, and came to Puppet from the Google SRE organization, where he was responsible for one of the largest Puppet deployments in the world.

Joseph Goh
Joseph is a DevOps engineer hailing from the Government Digital Services division of Government Technology Agency. He spends his day optimising and maintaining CI/CD pipelines and making the codebase easier to work with for developers. He enjoys evangelising on Agile and deployment-related affairs in software engineering, and thinks the world would be a better place if more developers understood DevOps and made it a culture instead of a role.