CS Undergraduate Seminar: Containers and How They Fit into Modern Software Development
CS Undergraduate Seminar
Containers and How They Fit into Modern Software Development
3:00 – 3:50 pm
November 18 (Friday)
204 St. Mary’s Hall
The venue has been changed to room 204 St. Mary’s Hall
Modern software development involves an ever-increasing and complex technology stack. The modern developer needs to work within this environment and find ways to minimize risk and continually deliver high quality products. This talk will discuss how containers (specifically docker) can help with that work. We will also discuss some of the challenges associated with using container technology.
Marc Brooks is a principal software engineering manager at Microsoft. He leads a team of software developers building tools and detections to help defend the Microsoft enterprise. His main areas of technical interest are software development, machine learning, and cyber security.
Prior to working at Microsoft, Mr. Brooks spent over twenty years at the MITRE corporation supporting the defense, intelligence, and law enforcement communities.
Mr. Brooks has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Amherst College, a master’s in business administration from the University of Maryland, and a master’s degree in computer science from George Mason University.