Keynote speaker Emily Freeman is an engaging and humorous presenter on a variety of topics ranging from software to management. A former competitive power-lifter and ghostwriter, Emily had a slightly-older-than-quarterlife crisis and made the bold jump to switch careers into software engineering.
Speaker Emily Freeman is a technologist and a storyteller who helps engineering teams improve their velocity. As the author of DevOps for Dummies, she believes the biggest challenges facing developers aren’t technical, but human. Emily’s mission in life is to transform technology organizations by creating a company culture in which diverse and collaborative teams can thrive.
Emily is a Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, and her experience spans both cutting-edge startups, as well as some of the largest technology providers in the world. Her work has been featured in outlets such as Bloomberg, and she is widely recognized as a thoughtful, entertaining, and professional keynote speaker. Speaker Emily Freeman is best known for her creative approach to identifying and solving the human challenges of software engineering. It is rare in the technology industry to find individuals equally adept with code and words, but her career has been defined by precisely that combination. Book Emily to bridge the communication gap in your organization.
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