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How AWS and CircleCI Optimize Development Pipelines, Featuring Netguru


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Sponsored by CIRCLECI

Thursday, September 3, 2020
11 am ET
Software consultancy Netguru helps clients navigate digital transformations from start to finish. Netguru provides brands with agile product teams that can design, build, ship, and scale product visions efficiently.

Netguru needs DevOps tools that can meet the digital transformation goals their clients want to achieve. Learn how Netguru utilizes Amazon Web Services and CircleCI to ensure quick speed to market and high code confidence for their diverse clientele.
Angel Rivera
Developer Advocate - CircleCI
Angel started his career as an US Air Force Space Systems Operations specialist in Cape Canaveral AF Station where he realized his passion for technology and software development. His technical experience includes military/space lift operations, technical writing, software development, and SRE/DevOPs engineering. You can find him speaking at or organizing local tech meetups and hackathons where he enjoys engaging with developers. Angel’s passions are positive disruption, learning, teaching, and mentoring. But most of all, he enjoys inspiring all forms of technologists and building awesome tech communities.
Adam Nowak
Development Process Practice Lead - Netguru
I’m a dedicated, goal-driven individual, leveraging my experience to empower other fellow professionals. Nothing makes me feel better than the success of my team! I like to keep things clean and simple, starting from my todo list and ending with detailing cars! About me: I work as a Software Development Practice Lead in Netguru and my job is to keep improving processes around software we create. I also work closely with Engineering Managers on day-to-day challenges involving company growth and ever-changing software environment.
Yaniv Bossem
Solutions Architect - AWS
Yaniv has been building software for over a decade with experience applying Agile techniques and best practices in development teams. He is passionate about accelerating digital transformation at large scale and breaking complicated applications into microservices based architectures. At AWS partner network, Yaniv is working with independent software vendors specializing in DevOps.

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