Ige Adetokunbo Temitayo is a DevOps engineer at Emirates Airlines and co-founder of the newly formed Contributor Experience special interest group (SIG). Ige shared time with Rosalind Benoit and me to speak about his technical background and experience building a plugin in a Spinnaker Gardening Days hackathon.
I enjoyed learning more about him and the motivations behind his work, in his career and in open source.
Ige is a seasoned engineer passionate about business continuity, SRE and DevOps who holds a Master of Science in Business Information Technology.
Hi, I’m Nikema. I’m a tech generalist. I work in community marketing at Armory.io. Some of my techish activities include writing code (mostly in front-end web technologies), tech community building, and dishing hot takes about our industry on Twitter.
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Now that I’ve established my racial background, I can tell you I grew up and have spent a significant amount of time in predominantly white spaces. I’m accustomed to being the only, or one of a few people of color, or women in any given room or venue. I’m used to it, but…
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