DevOps and Sharing
Right now I hold the hilarious title of “DevOps Heroine” at Acrolinx. For non-native English speakers: a heroine is a female hero. I started working at Acrolinx in the beginning of this year. Earlier I was a junior software engineer at a small Polish company called Three of Coins. Three of Coins is a consulting company, focused on security and infrastructure. Acrolinx sells software for professional, advanced text editing. There’s a lot of natural language processing and computational linguistics involved. It’s pretty fascinating. Technologies we use include Java, Python, Clojure, Node.js, Ember, Ant, Maven, Gradle, Jenkins, Docker, lambdacd… and many more. We test and build or software on Linux, RedHat, Windows and MacOS. We have a team of around 20 developers (but I can never remember how much exactly) – most of them on site – and some of them are computational linguists. I won’t go into more detail, since this is not a company pitch.
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