DevSusOps Panel

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Speaker

Marco Valtas

Technical Lead for Cleantech and Sustainability @Thoughtworks

Marco accumulated more than two decades of software development experience and is still surprised with how much there’s still to learn—starting with Bioinformatics research on the Human Cancer Genome Project in Brazil to twelve years at Thoughtworks as a software development consultant. Marco occupied different roles such as Practice Lead for Continuous Delivery, Technical Lead, Technical Principal, member of the Technology Advisory Board, and now Technical Lead for Cleantech North America.

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Hector Veiga Ortiz

Staff Distributed Systems Engineer @Tesla Energy Cloud Platform

Héctor Veiga Ortiz is a Staff Distributed Systems Engineer on the Tesla Energy Cloud Platform team. Over the last decade, he has been responsible for designing and developing scalable real-time data systems. Recently he has focused on providing reliable and quick access to this data through streaming APIs and distributed time-series data stores.

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Natalie DellaMaria

Senior Distributed Systems Engineer @Tesla Energy Cloud Platform

Natalie DellaMaria is a Senior Distributed Systems Engineer on the Tesla Energy Cloud Platform team. For the past two years, her focus has been on cloud software for device management and control to optimize distributed energy sources and support great customer experiences. She has recently dipped into the firmware realm and is enjoying learning about writing code on the edge.

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Esteban Küber

Principal Software Engineer @Amazon

Esteban Küber is a Rust Compiler Team member and a Principal Engineer at Amazon's Rust Platform team. He is focused on delivering on Rust's promise of empowering everyone to build reliable and efficient software by improving the language's and its tooling's ergonomics.

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Session

DevSusOps - Bringing Sustainability Concerns to Development and Operations

Tuesday Oct 25 / 10:35AM PDT

Introducing the track, this talk will define terminology and introduce the mental models needed to make sense of sustainability as a non-functional requirement for developing and operating systems.

Adrian Cockcroft

Former VP Amazon Sustainability Architecture @Amazon, previously @Netflix, founding member of eBay Research Labs, distinguished engineer @SunMicrosystems

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The Zen of Green Software: Finding Balance in the Sustainable Growth Journey

Tuesday Oct 25 / 11:50AM PDT

As businesses continue to evolve their operations to meet consumer demands and remain profitable, reliance on the IT sector will only grow. Today, it’s estimated that this sector contributes around 3% of global CO2 emissions, on par with the aviation industry.

Lisa McNally

Head of Cleantech & Sustainability @Thoughtworks

Marco Valtas

Technical Lead for Cleantech and Sustainability @Thoughtworks

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Efficient Language and Library Use to Reduce Carbon

Tuesday Oct 25 / 01:40PM PDT

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Esteban Küber

Principal Software Engineer @Amazon

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Tesla's Virtual Power Plant

Tuesday Oct 25 / 02:55PM PDT

The Tesla Energy Platform uses software to give control to customers and utilities when unexpected events happen, such as grid outages, severe weather events, or energy demand peaks.

Hector Veiga Ortiz

Staff Distributed Systems Engineer @Tesla Energy Cloud Platform

Natalie DellaMaria

Senior Distributed Systems Engineer @Tesla Energy Cloud Platform

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Unconference: Green Tech

Tuesday Oct 25 / 05:25PM PDT

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