I live in Austin, TX where I am a staff DevOps Engineer at GE Aviation.
I am responsible for driving secure development practices, implementing build and release automations, and supporting the development lifecycle. I also help the organization achieve specific outcomes by translating these requirements into sustainable and durable practices. What do I love most? Enabling the best from my team, and coffee... Great things are possible, but only after coffee!
It wasn't until working at GE that I discovered my passion for DevOps. My job is as much about psychology as it is technology. I believe, many of the principles and practices of DevOps deal more with people than technology. DevOps exists because people needed a better way of working.
At the risk of sounding cliche, DevOps is 99% about people and their needs.
- What do engineers need? What do they want?
- What do project managers need? What do they want?
- What does the organization need?
- Why are some tools better than others?
- Why do some practices work where others fail?
- Are their common factors to highly productive teams? What are they?
- How can teams meet constraints in the most effective way possble?
The list could go on forever. There is a lot of room in this role to be creative!
Digital at GE Aviation
I joined GE Aviation in mid-2016.
We have software engineers, data scientists, designers, and others working on digital products to enhance airline safety, reduce CO2 emissions, and improve the passenger experience.
Check out some of the cool things we do for yourself: https://www.ge.com/reports/impact-aviation.
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