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Jeff Carpenter

Technical Evangelist

About Jeff

Jeff Carpenter is a technical evangelist at DataStax, where he leverages his background in system architecture, microservices and Apache Cassandra to help empower developers and operations engineers build distributed systems that are scalable, reliable, and secure. Jeff has worked on projects ranging from a complex battle planning system in an austere network environment, to a cloud-based hotel reservation system and is the author of Cassandra: The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition

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David Gilardi

Technical Evangelist

About David

David Gilardi is a Technical Evangelist at DataStax who is a total nerd for distributed databases with a particular interest in distributed graph. He has over 20 years of relevant experience in programming, database administration, cloud, server/network monitoring, and analytics. Before his time at Datastax he was Senior Development Manager at Hobsons, an education services company, responsible for a flagship SaaS CRM product deployed on hybrid cloud using a combination of relational and NoSQL database technologies.

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Patrick McFadin

About Patrick

Patrick McFadin is the VP of Developer Relations at DataStax, where he leads a team devoted to making users of DataStax products successful. He has also worked as Chief Evangelist for Apache Cassandra and consultant for DataStax, where he helped build some of the largest and exciting deployments in production. Previous to DataStax, he was Chief Architect at Hobsons and an Oracle DBA/Developer for over 15 years.

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Luke Tillman

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Russell Spitzer

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Sebastian Estevez

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Brian Hess

Product Director - Architecture and Analytics

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Stephen Mallette

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Kathryn Erickson

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Cedrick Lunven

Technical Evangelist

About Cedrick

Cedrick is an happy technical evangelist at DataStax, where he is able to share his passions about developments and distributed architectures. With several positions as developer, technical architect or presale and strong background on integration middlewares he had multiple opportunities to empower his customers to build cutting-edge distributed applications. In 2013 He embraced the open source community  by creating a Feature Toggle Framework named ff4j which he still actively maintains. Always motivated to learn new stuff, don't hesitate to drop a message 

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