Richard is an engineer, though has previously worked as a scrum master and agile coach within DevOpsGroup and other companies.
∞Areas of interest
Since starting with us, Richard has helped clients improve their ways of working. He has helped our own teams implement improvements to clients’ infrastructure and worked to improve infrastructure himself as he’s moved between his various roles.
With a background that also includes agile product ownership, he’s an extremely versatile character though, if he has a failing (a big if), it’d be that he gets excited by too many things at once.
Outside of client work, Rich has also looked after our interns as Academy Coach, guiding them through some of the better practices they’ll (hopefully) display when returning to us as graduate engineers themselves.
Through the time he’s spent at DOG Rich has worked with some of our biggest clients in both the enterprise and scale-up sectors. He’s built up considerable experience across both the various clients we help and also the different services we offer.
Since returning to the technical world of engineering, he’s been bulldozing AWS certifications with a vengeance. Self-development is a big motivator for Rich; he’s forever chasing a new white rabbit and can be relied upon to chase a new certification long before it’s of any practical use to anyone.
Former Agile Coach, Rich Coupe, remarks on how decided to move back into an engineering role and how DevOpsGroup helped him transition smoothly.
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