Samuel is a Digital Designer at DevOpsGroup, who enjoys writing code for the company websites and likes to think creatively about problem-solving.
4Years training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
2Wine Tasting Qualifications
4Trips to Iceland and counting
Samuel is responsible for developing and maintaining the DevOpsGroup and Academy websites, along with the WinOps website. While working on the websites he strives to continually improve the user experience for all visitors. He works on improving existing areas of the websites and adding new great features. Samuel monitors the success of web projects through Google Analytics and HubSpot.
When not working on web projects, he assists in creating everything from social media posts and diagrams to DOG characters and branded documents.
He joined DevOpsGroup in August 2018 and his best achievement to date was being a key part in redesigning and rebuilding the DevOpsGroup website.
Before working at DevOpsGroup, Samuel has worked for companies in many different industries, located in Newport, Bristol and Swindon. He has over 6 years of design experience and graduated from UWIC (now Cardiff Metropolitan University) with a BA Hons in Graphic Communication in 2011.
Samuel really likes to learn new things and tries to learn new computer languages when he gets the chance. Outside of work he enjoys to practice Brazilian Jiu Jitsu a couple of times a week and watching rugby.
Former Agile Coach, Rich Coupe, remarks on how decided to move back into an engineering role and how DevOpsGroup helped him transition smoothly.
Not many people have heard of ‘onboarding’, but at DevOpsGroup onboarding is all about making day one really feel like day two.
While preparing for a Security Game Day on AWS, I decided to get familiar with the tools that Red Teams use to try and compromise the infrastructure.