Hi, my name is Denilson Nastacio, and I work in tech for big co (IBM.)
I started in 1997, and I had fantastic opportunities to work on fun things, such as locating hardware in a data center using air temperature (ask me about it) and training an Artificial Intelligence to find treatments for cancer patients (ask me about it too!)
For a few years, I was tasked with designing the operations engineering practice for a world-wide service hosting over 100K applications; I burned out (it is ok to ask me about it,) switched projects, and started writing more often.
My topics revolve around what is beneath the surface of any topic. I focus on the crucial lessons and blindspots learned within the first 6 to 12 months of adopting the technology so that you can relate it to your experiences making those same first decisions.