Director, Solutions Engineering @ CircleCI
Eddie has over a decade of experience enabling agile, CI/CD and DevOps culture in the enterprise. Previously the Director of Enterprise Software Delivery Platforms at a Fortune 100 company, Eddie now leverages his experience influencing culture and technology to help CircleCI customers of all sizes adopt the best technologies and practices along their journey.
A collection of projects authored by Eddie, and likely shared out with the community as an open source project. Mostl likely integrations supporting CI, CD or DevOps tooling maturity.
Enables deployment environments to behave as stages within the pipeline, triggering additional build stages. Also adds sweet visualization.
Adds Enterprise Key rotation/enforcement policies to Atlassian Bitbucket.
Using python on a Raspberry Pi Zero to visualize energy flow of solar panels to grid.
Large scale orchestration of Bamboo server, agents and database using BOSH
Multiple plugins used by thousands of teams that provide enhanced functionality of Atlassian’s core products (primarily JIRA and Bamboo) to enrich CI/CD capabilities, DevOps automation, or productivity.
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A collection of efforts to which I contributed, but did not create. Contributing back to Open Source projects is a strong passion of mine, and requires a considerate approach to learn norms, standards and approach for each community for a successful merge!
Using jQuery and REST APIs enables real-time searching to eliminate large data load.
Addressed vulnerability that leaked passwords on failed SVN or git operations.
Not all pull requests are glorious code, documentation is really important too! This commit fixed some invalid JSON found in some example specs.
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A collection of articles, presentations or talks around software delivery or continuous integration.
Accelerating teams of every size and concern.
Supporting technical sales and strategic consulting across North America, EMEA, APAC and Latin America
Supporting sales with technical expertise in Enterprise DevOps and CI/CD consulting for companies large and small. Exceeded quotas for ~8 months before promotion to Director.
Led in development and software delivery and enterprise cloud adoption strategy. Collaborating across IT functions (security, compliance, networking, etc) to expand automation and self-service to reduce time for new applications from weeks to days.
Led team delivering Liberty Mutual's first PaaS, modernizing software delivery. Elimination of legacy hardware and introduction of full configuration-as-code deployments accelerated the adoption of cloud delivery and deployment platforms by 800%.
Led strategy for Continuous Integration strategy and testing automation across the company. Worked closely with market representatives, providing education and assisting planning and migrations into the environment. Market decision makers relied significantly on Eddie's recommendations for how they adopt and apply software delivery concepts to their application areas.
As team Tech Lead expanded platform offerings and ability to scale while providind Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery coaching to teams that have a wide range of CI and CD experience.
Implmented Liberty's first shared software delivery platform exposing Continuous Integration and automated testing across the company. Particpated in cross-market working groups to create the future vision of Application Lifecycle Management.
Developed various web services across several technical rotations, automating testing and deployment practices to save hundreds of hours of manual effort.
Beta Gamma Signma, High Honors
This section contains mostly articles migrated from my old Wordpress site. It was more of notes to myself that I hoped would help others. A few got quite popular. Who knew Oracle SQL was still so hot.
Anyway, I migrated them from wordpres to hugo, integrity suffered, Forgive the formatting please :)
You can check out my Adventure Riding Blog for something different.
Did you know metric is the preferred system for all U.S. agencies, and required for interactions with commerce?
I feel fortunate that my employer is based in Australia. It's continued to push me to re-evaluate my ehtnocentric view of the world.
One small example was a recent thread in our “Makers” channel discussing where and when we see imperial and metric measures used, some of them left the question there for us “Is the US really that averse to metric? Don't they sometimes use both types of measures?”
Turns out the United States is already a “metric nation” and has been since 1880's or 1970's depending on your interpretation.
So if the U.S. Government is metric, why isn't the nation?
So read on to see how our household is moving forward!
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