Bill has been developing software for more than 30 years. In 2013, he became a pioneer using Go and now has trained over 30,000 engineers that work for Fortune 100 companies. He also is the author of Go in Action and is the main contributor to our blog.
Jérôme was part of the team that built, scaled, and operated the dotCloud PAAS, before that company became Docker. He loves to share what he knows, which led him to give hundreds of talks and demos on containers, Docker, and Kubernetes.
Miki is a software developer with more than 20 years of experience. He has taught many workshops on various technical subjects all over the world at companies such as AT&T, Oracle, Dropbox, J.P. Morgan, and others.
Herbert has been developing software professionally for more than 20 years. Starting with Pascal, and then moving on to C and C++, Herbert has developed custom applications ranging from web-server filters to games. Herbert is the author of Hands-on Rust and Rust Brain Teasers.
Derek is the creator of Delve, the Go programming language debugger. He has been developing software for over a decade and has traveled the world speaking at conferences and teaching workshops about debugging.
Nick has worn many hats throughout his career as a system administrator, software developer, DevOps practitioner, and cloud architect. He started using Go and Kubernetes around 2015. Nick has served as a trusted advisor to early-stage startups and large industry leaders like Google and Apple.
Matthew Sanabria is an Engineer at HashiCorp and a former Adjunct Instructor at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). At HashiCorp, Matthew develops Terraform Enterprise, mentors other engineers, and contributes to the Terraform Associate certification exam. At NJIT, Matthew designed and taught a new curriculum for the IT340 Introduction to System Administration course. With over 7 years of professional and teaching experience, Matthew enjoys mentoring others and contributing back to the community.
David is a Kubernetes contributor, host of the Kubernetes Office Hours live stream, and Rawkode Academy's education channel on YouTube. For nearly 20 years, he has been developing software professionally.
Gerry Seidman has designed and implemented many complex, secure, high-performance, low-latency, high-availability, and fault tolerant distributed systems. He is currently President at AuriStor where he leads the design and hands-on implementing of AuriStor’s Kubernetes/OpenShift storage and container acceleration products and technologies.