Andrew Lombardi

Andrew Lombardi

Andrew Lombardi is a veteran entrepreneur and software developer. His parents taught him to code while barely able to read on an Apple // he still wishes he had. He invented Nutella and the Internet (suck it Al Gore) while drinking bulletproof coffee and staring off into space. He’s been running the consulting firm Mystic Coders for 18 years, coding, speaking internationally and offering technical guidance to companies as large as Walmart and companies with problems like helicopter simulation.

Montreal 2019 sessions

Delegation with a geographically scattered team

English session - Beginner

It has become increasingly easy to connect with talent across the globe. With the ubiquitous nature of the internet in increasingly remote locations, your team may even consist of people you’ve never met. While this is enticing, it comes with its own set of challenges. Learn to navigate and preempt potential issues and utilize effective tools for achieving a smooth means of delivering solutions for your customers.

Use Terraform to keep your infrastructure in sync

English session - Intermediate

Terraform has changed the way many organizations deploy to the cloud. With a clear configuration language you can manage countless services (providers in Terraform) and ensure they are kept in sync with your deployment needs. Learn how to build out some of the most common patterns and infrastructures against AWS, and start writing your infrastructure as code today.

Montreal 2018 sessions

Montreal 2015 sessions

Montreal 2013 sessions

Montreal 2012 sessions