My CV (as a PDF).
Me on GitHub.
Me on Twitter.
Me on LinkedIn.
My speaker bio.
I have written a chapter about DevOps at GDS for the book Build Quality In.
How coding in the open can help speed up all stages of the release cycle. Delivered at Pipeline conference.
Video, slides and a great sketchnote are in my write-up.
What coding in the open means and its benefits to government and industry. Delivered at Turing Fest.
An introduction to coding in the open and its benefits and challenges, and what my plans are for government Open Source as Open Source Lead. Delivered at GOTO Berlin.
An introduction to the web ops skills that will help you be a better developer. Delivered at FFConf.
I gave a keynote at VelocityEU about the work I've been leading at GDS on building a PaaS for government.Video is on YouTube, slides are here and the abstract is on the Velocity site.
I delivered a talk at UCISA, the conference for the Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association about the work I've been leading on investigating a PaaS for government. Slides are available from the programme page and there is also a video which you can find on this page (you may have to register).
My QCon talk on how we do DevOps on GOV.UK. Video is here, and the slides are on Slideshare There is also a nice write-up of it on the InfoQ site. It was listed as one of the top 5 presentations from the event.
A talk about how we do infrastructure as code on GOV.UK and my work on vCloud Tools, our open-source tools for automating provisioning. Video is here, abstract is on the Velocity site and the slides are on Slideshare.
I gave a talk at the delightful Scotch on the Rocks in Edinburgh on my work on vCloud Tools – what we built, how we built it, some hard problems we faced and some tips on how to automate your own infrastructure. Slides are here.
I gave an Ignite talk based on my roof bug-fixing blog post.
Slides from Edinburgh.
A talk outlining some contraindications for Agile adoption. I delivered this in 2009 at XPDay, one of the main pro-Agile conferences, and it was very popular!