ServerlessConf is coming to San Francisco July 29-August 1, and Trek10 will be there with bells on. We’ll be leading some cool workshops, running a sponsor booth, and much more. We hope you’ll join us!
This year we’re also excited to bring our popular serverless podcast Think FaaS to the event in live form. Several amazing community members will be delivering lightning talks about their serverless experiences on the main stage, each in less time than it takes a Lambda function to run. Tickets are going fast, so don’t forget to register. See you there!
We’re excited to introduce the Think FaaS speaker lineup below:
James has 20 years’ technology experience in Fortune 500 companies and startups, working in software development and product management. He is currently co-founder of Indevelo, a software house delivering 100% serverless solutions.
Ellie Day is a Senior Software Engineer at Atlassian Statuspage. She has extensive product building experience and often gives talks and workshops on various technical topics. Additionally, she’s passionate about helping other women have fulfilling tech careers via her role as director of Women Who Code SF and her continued mentorship of those breaking into tech.
Leslie is a software engineer who has worked work on a high traffic orchestration service at Walmart Labs. Previously she worked making spatial data impactful for water agencies and nonprofits.
Andrea Passwater is not a software engineer, but a growth hacker. She leverages serverless technologies to create marketing-centric tooling that reduces overhead in her own work. Serverless isn’t just for developers, after all. Her primary interests are around the broader implications of the serverless movement—how it is poised to change the way work is done throughout entire organizations, across a wide range of roles.
Software engineer with a B.S.Eng and a Minor in Mathematics from the University of Michigan and a MS in Computer Science from University of Chicago. Developer of two apps in app store, Smoke Messenger and Enspire- Find Art Gallery near you. Developer of Digital Asset Monitor (DAM) a FB Messenger Bot. Invitee Facebook F8 (2017). Author and presenter of Occupy Mars via Online Evolution and, currently, the lead developer at Los Angeles Botcopy.
Currently a Cloud Economist at the Quinn Advisory Group, and an advisor to ReactiveOps, Corey has a history as an engineering director, public speaker, and cloud architect. He specializes in helping companies address horrifying AWS bills, and curates LastWeekinAWS.com, a weekly newsletter summarizing the latest in AWS news, blogs, and tips, sprinkled with snark. Outside of his professional work, Corey is known for overdressing, telling entertaining stories, and carrying a cigarette case full of tiny umbrellas.
Emily is a cloud software engineer at Cloudreach who loves working with automation, large datasets, computer vision, and robots! She has over ten years of experience creating digital engagements for enterprise clients from various industries. In her spare time, Emily enjoys creating small batch hardware projects.