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Engineering Culture AMA w/ Maria Gutierrez, Patrick Kua & Paul Hammant


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Maria Gutierrez

Senior Director of Engineering @Intercom

With over 20 years of experience in the software industry, Maria Gutierrez is the Head of Engineering and co-site lead at Intercom London. Maria was formerly the VP of Engineering at Edinburgh-based FreeAgent, one of the UK's largest and most popular online accounting software...

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Patrick Kua

Tech Leader, former CTO/Chief Scientist

Patrick Kua is a seasoned technology leader with almost 20 years of experience. His personal passion is accelerating the growth and success of tech organisations and technical leaders. He has had many years of hands-on experience, leading, managing and improving complex organisations and software...

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Paul Hammant

CD Consultant

Co-creatror of Selenium and other OSS tools. CD consultant. Developer, consultant, development manager, exec, startup co-founder. Article contributor for InfoQ's launch in May 2006!

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Guild, Mezzanine

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Speaker AMAs (Ask Me Anything)

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High Performing TeamsCultureAgile Culture

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