Decoding DevOps with Aidan Feldman

Oct 19
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Self-described as “web developer by day, dancer by night”, Aidan Feldman leads technological change across the US Federal Government, including the adoption of DevOps methodologies across the US public sector.

Aidan has coded extensively for the US Government in sites including the World Trade Centre, The White House (where he was involved in a hackathon and ended up doing a last minute workshop on contributing to open source for White House staff) and the General Services Administration.

We spoke to him about the challenges and opportunities of DevOps and, once an organisation has become truly DevOps centric, what then?

Hear Aidan at the DevOps & Agile Digital Transformation for Government conference, running from 26 – 28 November in Canberra. Bringing together leaders of government administration, attendees will discuss how DevOps and Agile digital transformation strategies can be used effectively to drive greater efficiency, productivity, deliver greater value for public money and increase government’s ability to respond quickly and effectively to changing ICT infrastructure needs.

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