Community panel - Trigger phrases, controversy and a bit of ranting
Blockchain has no applications, and it's just hype. Angular is more opinionated, and that's why large corporations prefer it over React. Kubernetes is the Linux of the cloud-native world. Every month there is a new DevOps tool that will save your deployment pipeline. We hear and read these controversial statements very often and a lot of fierce commentaries about them. Blog posts, opinions, and discussions on Reddit or real life are part of the "ranting" culture around software engineers. Join this panel and listen to what our panelists have to say about trigger phrases.
Level: Non technical / For everyone
Thiago started in Pure Mathematics, jumped to predicting things and realized it was utterly dependent on understanding the inner bits of software development and data pipelines. Thus, his primary concern changed: how to bridge the gap between ML and production? :-) DataOps FTW! He is an active part of the community (devopsdays Amsterdam, ITNEXT & Codemotion), a knowledge-sharer, a proud father and a DataOps Lead. Thiago is pathologically curious and a continuous learner. He knows that high-performing data teams must decrease time-to-market and build production-ready applications, always!
With a Computer Science background, 25 years developing standalone, distributed and mobile systems, plus a passion for Artificial Intelligence, Wilder has built a stronghold of knowledge which he loves to share with communities. His passion for AI, and being a contestant at the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE competition, has brought him to the AI for Good Summit, in Geneva at the United Nations, as a guest attendee. Wilder is currently Ambassador at the City.A, which is a large community present in 40+ cities.
Tech Lead, Reactive Architect and Scala Developer. Community guy at the root - I'm the organiser of the [Reactive Amsterdam](https://www.meetup.com/Reactive-Amsterdam/) meetup. Long distance bicycle touring and fingerpicking guitar.
Lian always wanted to save the world. After a failed attempt at becoming a lawyer, she decided to do something with computers instead. Currently, Lian works as Software Engineer at Container Solutions, a consultancy focused on cloud-native infrastructure based in Amsterdam. In her free time, she enjoys working on dev related projects from machine learning to hardware hacking.