Event topic: Moving Your Application to the Cloud
A panel discussion of some of the considerations and challenges for a team that is new to cloud deployments and hybrid strategies.
Corey Philip, Dewpoint
Corey Philipp works as a Senior Software Developer at Dewpoint. He has 20 years of experience with full stack design and development in .NET with a focus on web development. In his spare time he is active with his kids outside in all seasons, hiking, swimming and sledding. In the winter he has an ice rink in the backyard.
Mike McGowan, Dewpoint
Mike is an infrastructure architect with Dewpoint and has 15 years of experience delivering IT solutions to commercial and government sector clients. During his career, Mike has focused on infrastructure and hosting technologies for service providers, maintaining and transforming multi-tenant Hyper-V and VMWare-based cloud hosting environments. He has deep expertise in Windows Server, Active Directory, Group Policy, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft365, MS Azure, VMWare, Networking, Linux, and ITSM/RMM/PSA tooling for managed service providers.
Mike currently serves as the lead engineer and architect for Dewpoint Managed Services, and has most recently been focused on helping clients rationalize and modernize their IT services to build resilient business systems.
Jerry Steenson, Dewpoint
Jerry Steenson has worked in the IT space for 37 years with Electronic Data Systems, HP, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, DXC Technology, and Dewpoint. He has a long, distinguished track record in managing IT delivery teams in the USA and abroad, driving customer success through service excellence and technology enablement. He makes IT personal through his relationship building with his team and customers.
BIG thanks to our event sponsor
Software Development Peer Group Leadership
Charter: The Software Development Peer Group seeks to provide a forum for software developers to participate in thoughtful, meaningful and engaging discussion about technology ideas, practices and tools. We aim to help foster growth for software development as a whole in the capital area as well as to help individual software developers improve their craft. Our events create opportunities to learn together, and support strategies that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in the software development profession.
Board Liaison: Dave Zink - TechSmith
Committee Chair: David Phillips - Greenstone Farm Credit Services
We look forward to seeing you at LCC West Campus!