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Emmanuel Idi


Emmanuel initially studied electrical engineering at MIT, but switched to computer science to avoid dealing with the vagaries of hardware in the real world. Ironically, he now spends much of his time teaching engineers to have mechanical sympathy for the hardware on which their code depends.


Over the past 20 years, Emmanuel has established a strong track record of leadership at all levels of software architecture development. His current interests are optimizing the performance of distributed systems, and teaching teams to design, manage, and monitor state-of-the-art technology for high availability.

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