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DateFriday, April 24, 2015
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Irish Build Engineer at DockerCon

Demonware's Thomas Shaw from Carrickfergus Selected From Hundreds to Present at DockerCon in San Francisco

 

150424_Dockercon_Thomas_Shaw.jpgDockerCon (@dockercon), the global conference for Docker users which is taking place in San Francisco in June, has announced its first speakers, among them Thomas Shaw, a build engineer from Demonware.

 

 

Hailing from Carrickfergus, educated in Queens University Belfast, and now living in Dublin, Thomas has worked with major technology brands like Citi, Sun Microsystems, Oracle, and since the end of 2012, Demonware. Thomas is driven by the Kaizen philosophy and one simple goal, simplify. He believes that making a process more complex is simple. Making a process beautifully simple, so simple that a child can understand it, is difficult.

 

 

Other speakers announced include various Docker employees including, of course, founder and CTO Solomon Hykes, CEO Ben Golub, and SVP Engineering Marianna Tessel, along with Eric Buth (New York Times), Adrian Cockcroft (Battery Ventures), Frank Yu (DaoCloud), and Steve Hoffman (Orbitz Worldwide).

 

 

DockerCon takes place June 22nd / 23rd.

 

 

 

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