Organised by BIMA
Join Tangent with a deep dive into the 10 Do’s and Don’ts of Sustainable Systems.
About this event
BIMA Members Only
We all have a responsibility to make sure we are implementing green, responsible systems in the future. This masterclass on the “10 Do’s and Don’ts of Sustainable Systems” will shed light on ICT emissions and where we sit as an industry in the global carbon emissions story. This masterclass will feature actionable ideas and green system implementation and design features. We will draw attention to the parallels between performance, scalability, cost saving and carbon with real-world metrics from some of the projects we’ve delivered at Tangent. In addition, we will look at what the big hosting platforms are doing to tackle the problem, as well as how best to measure your systems from a carbon and cost perspective.
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Andy Eva-Dale, Technical Director, Tangent
Andy has over 15 years of application development experience; working with organisations such as The AP, IWG, Grant Thornton, Aegon, UKPN and Sky. During this time, he has worked across full stacks; scoping, designing, documenting, and delivering award-winning, large enterprise standard products on a global scale. Andy has certifications in multiple technologies, has delivered talks on emerging technologies and is an active member of various communities.
As the Technical Director at Tangent, Andy mentors a 45+ strong department, creating cloud-first, scalable, robust, secure, and globally distributed applications. Andy is active in the community, championing sustainable system design, diversity in tech and dyslexia awareness.
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