This Wednesday we will learn a bit more about one of our teammates, a prolific content creator from South America, Platform Engineer, Heitor Meira de Melo.
Heitor is a Brazilian native and works remotely from the warm embrace of that “terrinha maravilhosa” – just to type down this line, made this writer smile with the memory of her native country -, and for our luck, he joined our Data Services’ team a couple of years ago.
With a heart of gold and a lot of love for what he does, Heitor captivates the audience in his participation in conferences. And has amazing ideas to contribute by sharing his knowledge and learning something new.
TechTalks is a new series we start as part of anynines content creation in order to discuss all tech, cloud and open source related.
We intend to have interviews and panels aiming to include corporate, customers and community, to share opinions, experiences and challenges of the Digital Transformation era.
Focus K8s – The Community POV on Kubernetes Growth
anynines, as a Digital Transformation company, is constantly looking at the future, new stack and trends. This way, we better attend to our customers and partners, whilst being supportive within the communities we are part of.
And the Kubernetes community has such an important voice in its own niche that no one in the cloud technology field could nor should ignore.
We decided to start a two-part series inside TechTalks, where we are focusing on K8s. With its adoption and incredible growth, it was only fitting that we start by looking into its effects and changes within the Kubernetes community.
This way, to get the inside scoop on the community’s point of view, we talked with CNCF Ambassador, Data on Kubernetes Head of Community, amateur rapper, and tech from the human side, Bart Farrell.
This week we get to know a bit more of one of our most prominent content creators, our beloved Platform Engineer, Martín Valencia Flores.
Martín is Mexican native and left the beautiful beaches, amazing people and food – aguachile makes this writer wish she was not terribly allergic to shrimps – of Tijuana to adventure in Europe, and for our luck ended up joining our Data Services’ team two years ago.
While his path began in his childhood, when literature and Beakman’s World sparked his interest and curiosity, Martín since then has walked an extraordinary path, and brought us some awesome content himself.