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Culture as a Competitive Wedge in DevOps

February 18, 2022

Listen to the recording of the interactive panel discussion with Google and Autodesk for a deeper discussion of the findings from Google Cloud’s most recent DevOps Research and Assessment Report. One of the strongest findings was on the criticality of having the right culture in place to be successful. Our panelists will dive into this topic and welcome your questions.

The panel:

Dave Stanke
Developer Relations Engineer, Google
Dave Stanke (twitter: @davidstanke) is a Developer Advocate for Google Cloud Platform, specializing in DevOps, Site Reliability Engineering (SRE), and other flavors of technical relationship therapy. He loves chatting with practitioners: listening to stories, telling stories, sharing a healthy cry. Prior to Google, he was the CTO of OvationTix/TheaterMania, a SaaS startup in the performing arts industry, where he specialized in feeding memory to Java servers. He chose on purpose to live in New Jersey, where he enjoys baking, indie rock, and fatherhood.

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Brandon Leach
Software Architect, Autodesk
Brandon is a software architect at Autodesk. His background includes software delivery automation, data and identity platforms, and distributed systems engineering.  His current focus areas are service quality, engineering efficiency, and enabling Autodesks’ transformation to a platform company.

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Stephen Atwell
Senior Product Manager, Armory
Stephen Atwell develops products to improve the life of technologists. Currently, his focus is on the Policy and Compliance products at Armory. Stephen started working in IT Operations in 1998 and transitioned to developing software in 2006. Since then he has focused on developing products that have solved problems he experienced in his previous roles. Stephen holds a bachelors of Engineering in Computer Science and has worn hats ranging from network administrator, to software engineer, to product manager.

Outside of work, Stephen volunteers with a local theater and develops open-source garden planning software. He lives in Bellevue, Washington with his wife and his dog.

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