For 15 years I've been helping companies around the world solve complex problems. I design & build systems, coach teams and advise C-levels. Apple, New York Times, Atos and 650 000+ parties globally enjoyed my contributions.
As a DevOps engineer, I have up to 10 years of experience with Docker, Kubernetes, CI/CD and more. I bridge the gap between dev and ops by helping dev teams build and optimize pipelines, and by mentoring them on DevOps techniques and mindsets.
In 2008 I founded Phusion, where I developed the Passenger application server, which is or has been used by 650 000+ websites over the world. My software and consultancy services helped clients scale to and process millions of users per day.
As a company founder, I've gained broad experience with business and with leading teams. To help clients devise effective solutions, I can talk to users and stakeholders, and I can translate requirements to implementation. This experience is why people seek me out to join innovation projects, and is what allows me to advise C-levels.
Making people happy gives me joy. That’s why I spend extra miles on making my work user friendly, well-documented, rock-solid and a delight to use. Win-win relationships are the best!
As a veteran in open source I've been leading, maintaining and contributing to various projects for 20 years. Contributions include GNOME, Nginx, Ruby, Rails, the Linux desktop ecosystem, and various cloud infrastructure projects. I support the open source philosophy and the free sharing of expertise, because that’s what makes us all grow.
I've spoken at RailsConf, Google, O'Reilly OSCON and others. Perhaps we'll meet at a next meetup, conference or pull request? Welcome to my website, where I share my passion for software development and technology. I hope my experience will help you.