Cloud Foundry @ The Home Depot - What It Looks Like From Outside of The Mother Ship
Joey Guerra and Ryan Coble from The Home Depot join us to talk about the shift at their company to empower developers and streamline the operations of their enterprise application portfolio. They work at a remote site in Irving, far away from headquarters in Atlanta. Their discussion will include the impact CF is having on remote teams and share developer reactions when they first start using it. Their experience with CF ranges from building new apps to refactoring legacy ones into Cloud Native applications that can run on CF. Come and join us for free food and free beer! Door prize courtesy of Pivotal.
Joey Guerra is a native Texan, Ex UT Pole Vaulter who once worked at NASA and now manages a development team at The Home Depot, supporting the web site. He believes that product teams should be holistic and include all roles required to build, operate and maintain the product.
Ryan Coble’s 12+ years in industry have been split between Walmart and The Home Depot, 2 of the largest retailers in the world. He’s held positions in many areas across the organization including application development, middleware/platform admin, server admin and legacy application support. During this time he has experienced the excitement of working in the technology field, then watched the fun die at the hands of corporate governance and process. Ryan is experiencing a resurgence of fun in corporate IT and the pivotal way is helping to bring the fun back.
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