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PANEL DISCUSSION

Remote and Hybrid Teams Panel

The future of teams is increasingly looking personalized... kind of like your Netflix queue. The removal of the expectation and the obligation to be physically present in the same room is providing opportunities for teams to experiment, learn and adopt practices that confer both flexibility and efficiency.

In this panel, hear from a motley of folks who have experienced this new world from a variety of perspectives - from a traditional office setting to remote-first or remote-friendly to a hybrid one! From joining, to being successful in, to building a productive hybrid team!


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Kate Wardin

Engineering Manager, Studio UI Developer Productivity @Netflix

Kate Wardin has always been passionate about the people side of software development. She is a currently an Engineering Manager at Netflix working remotely in Minneapolis, MN.  Outside of her day job, she enjoys organizing events that enable underserved communities to develop a passion and...

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James Stanier

Director of Engineering @Shopify

Dr. James Stanier is a computer science Ph.D who made the jump from software engineer to manager and has never looked back. He is a Director of Engineering at Shopify. James has written about his experiences on his blog The Engineering Manager, and recently published "Become An Effective...

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Miriam Goldberg

Engineering Manager @Netflix

Miriam Goldberg has been working in software development for nearly 20 years, in a variety of fields, from bioinformatics to natural language processing, payments, and now API infrastructure. She joined Netflix in early 2021 as the engineering manager for their federated GraphQL team. Miriam has...

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James McNeil

Site Reliability Engineer @Netlify

James is a lapsed strategy consultant who did a coding bootcamp on a whim and hasn't looked back. He is interested in equal measure by human factors in incident response and computer networking. He has plenty of time to think about both as a Site Reliability Engineer at Netlify. He works...

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Lessons Learned from Remote-first SRE

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