Senior Cloud Advocate of Developer Relation, Microsoft Corporation
I joined the Microsoft in 2015. Since then, I've evangelized and advocated for Java on Azure and the development of Cloud Native micro-services App on Azure as well as Kubernetes.
For most of my technical career I have been an advocate and evangelist for numerous technologies; including Java, Cloud Native micro-services, Microsoft Azure and Kubernetes. With over 10 years of experiences as a Java Evangelist, I was selected as one of the “We are professional. 100 people energizing the world” by Japanese media company NIKKEI in 2013. As part of this, I have been a board member of the Japanese Java Users Group and an Oracle Java Champion since 2016. This year, I have also taken on the role of Technical Advisor for Oisix ra Daichi.
Managing highly distributed software projects 15:00 - 15:40
Over the past couple decades, software development efforts have progressively expanded in size. Initially projects were worked on by developers located in a single company headquarters, but this grew to encompass regional offices and eventually globally distributed teams. On top of this, some projects are now worked on collaboratively through inner-sourcing and even full open-sourcing (with famous examples including the Linux Kernel, Android, Mozilla Firefox and OpenOffice). Therefore, we would like to host a roundtable discussion to review the state of affairs for highly distributed software projects, the complexities of managing them and the tools that make it all possible.
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