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Thursday, May 2 • 10:20am - 10:55am
Enacting Standards

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My mission: Deconstruct and simplify a complex, multi-layered infrastructure pipeline with no standards, define those standards, create individual tools that conform to them, and address edge cases. Lessons learned from my experience enacting and implementing standards in a large organization.

It is easy to sacrifice standards on the altar of temporary convenience. The solution: Improve the standard where necessary, even when it is hard. However, what do you do when you have _already_ offered sacrifices on the altar of convenience, over and over? Now there is a system laden with technical debt, and in order to move forward, that debt must be paid down.

Come learn about our year-long journey to _write and enact standards_ for our tools (and, by extension, all APIs published by Google), _refactor our tools_ to conform to those standards, _deal with the edge cases_ that we could not or would not standardize, and ultimately **reduce the cost** of our infrastructure pipeline. Additionally, come learn about how I intend to automate myself out of a job in 2020.

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Luke Sneeringer

Luke Sneeringer is the author of Professional Python, and currently works on API Governance and API Client Tools for Google. He has previously worked for Ansible, May Designs, and FeedMagnet. Luke is married to Meagan, a major in the United States Army, and they reside in Boulder Creek, CA... Read More →


Thursday May 2, 2019 10:20am - 10:55am
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