It's not every day you get to hear how Airbnb uses Spinnaker from the Airbnb engineers themselves, but that's exactly what's happening at this year's Spinnaker Summit. As the long-awaited event inches closer and the open-source community gets ready to meet in San Diego, we poked Airbnb software engineers, Brian Wolfe and Jens Vanderhaeghe, to tell us a bit more about themselves and give newcomers a better sense of who they'll be meeting this year.
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It's time to get to know another Spinnaker Summit speaker. This week we chatted with Emily Burns, a Senior Software Engineer at Netflix who has an artistic side you should definitely ask her more about. From how she joined Netflix to what she thinks is Spinnaker's "superpower," here are a few things you didn't know about one of our top speakers.
Since the Spinnaker Summit in 2018 there have been a few key developments in both the platform and the community that eagerly surrounds it.
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