Karolina is a product designer and developer living in Melbourne, Australia. She writes extensively on company culture, collaboration and is passionate about improving diversity and inclusion. Karolina has also been working on a handful of community events—currently she co-organises JSConfEU, JSConfAU and CSSConfAU.
Aurynn Shaw has been a professional software developer for the last 15 years, and has spent the last 4 years working with DevOps culture and technology. Her company, Eiara, offers training in a wide range of DevOps
specialities. She is also a mentor in the Summer of Tech programme in Wellington, and the Cultivate NZ programme, also in Wellington. She has spoken at several international conferences, including Kiwicon and PyCon US.
James has spent more than 20 years making the internet. From his early days managing banks of modems at ISPs to working on today’s cloud services, James has focused on building great user experiences. These days James spends his days building
He still won’t fix your printer.
Tom is an open source technologist, Python developer, trainer,
and devops/security consultant. He believes your two crucial metrics for
measuring code-quality should be (a) "Will the person who inherits my
code be glad that I wrote it this way?" and (b) "Will the person who
attacks my code be annoyed that I wrote it this way?"