Reliability Engineer/DevOps/Senior Software Engineer/Agile Tester/Product Manager/ScrumMaster/UX/Open Sourcerer
DevOps team member managing non-functional requirements for reliability of systems using Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Agilist working as part of product development teams to support and accelerate development through fast feedback.
I help teams to craft more executable user stories. Product backlog creator and groomer with emphasis on progressive elaboration.
Agile coach. ScrumMaster. User experience. Open source.
Experience in SRE, programming, coaching, product ownership, project management, and technical writing. Community builder, meetup founder, conference organizer, speaker, workshop facilitator, author, podcaster, livetweeter, and blogger.
Claire Moss has always had a passion for writing, which might be a strange trait for a discrete mathematician, but that doesn’t stop her from blogging or writing technology articles. After working as a software programmer and technical writer during college, Claire signed on as a quality engineer after graduation. By now, Claire has been delivering and testing software for 17 years. When you find your calling, you never look back! You might say she’s a compulsive empiricist when it comes to software. Claire continues to use her evil powers for good on the job and on the internet.
Claire has been known to say:
I break software. Other people fix it. Best job in the world.
I break it. You buy it.
I use my evil powers for good!
Test everything; retain what is good. — 1 Thessalonians 5:21
I am a big nerd.
(Blogging my own opinions only.)
aclairefication blog by Claire Moss is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at aclairefication.com.
David DeWald said:
Drop me a line, I’d like to talk about your blog.
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Jeff Lucas said:
Claire – I love the layout of your blog. The placement of the about, RSS feed info, placement of the entries across the page, -everything- is really top-notch from a UX standpoint. Good job!