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Robert is an experienced technology executive and entrepreneur. He is passionate about helping companies develop engineering organizations that reliably deliver business value. At Workiva, Robert lead the operations engineering, infrastructure engineering, reliability engineering and support engineering groups to ensure 24×7 operations and ensure systems meet product engineering needs. He is a Google Cloud Platform Developer Expert.
Tyler is an experienced software engineer and technical leader. At Apcera, he worked on NATS, an open-source, high-performance messaging system for cloud-native applications. Before that, Tyler architected Workiva’s microservice messaging platform. As an engineer, he’s interested in distributed systems, messaging infrastructure, and resilience engineering. As a technical leader, he’s interested in building effective teams. Tyler is also a frequent open-source contributor and avid blogger at bravenewgeek.com.
Mike has been working with technology teams to help them design, develop, and launch software products since 2005. He has worked in this capacity extensively with both large corporations and nimble startups. In 2006, he launched his own consumer-focused SaaS startup which he and his co-founders sold in 2011. He cares deeply about the less tangible, human elements and interactions that constitute a good experience for collaborating teams.
Alex is a software engineer passionate about continually learning and developing his skills. He most recently designed and implemented features and documentation for the Kubernetes command-line tooling. His previous projects have included writing a custom lexing, parsing, and formula-evaluation logic from scratch. Alex specializes in producing clear design documents and technical documentation.
Coury finds great joy in building web applications with highly dynamic UI’s. He uses his software development expertise to ameliorate the woes of users, inspired by a lifetime of using and later training people in software where the UX/UI left much to be desired. Coury is a keen contributor of open source and the wider software development community in general – the author and maintainer of several Elm libraries, as well as co-organizer of multiple meetups in Colorado’s front range.