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Dean Troyer

Date Joined
July 26, 2012

Intel From 2015-04-27 (Current)
Nebula From 2013-09-04 To 2015-04-01
Rackspace From 2012-06-04 To 2013-08-02
Statement of Interest

To make OpenStack the premier cloud ecosystem




Dean Troyer is a full-time OpenStack developer, currently working with Intel's Open Source Technology Center.  His focus is on client-side projects such as OpenStackClient, Python and Go SDKs and OpenStack REST APIs. In addition he continues his work on DevStack that began with its initial presentation in a Lightning Talk at the Essex Summit in Boston.

Dean is currently a member of the OpenStack Technical Committee and the PTL for OpenStackClient.  He is a core reviewer for OpenStackClient, DevStack, Grenade and the librariy projects cliff and os-client-config.

Previous to his OpenStack work for Nebula, Rackspace and NASA, Dean has been a developer and UNIX system administrator at Perot Systems, Sprint and Honeywell.  His prior Open Source activities include contributions to Samba, the Linux kernel and the Perl 4 and 5 ports for Win32.



I'm involved in the following OpenStack projects: Oslo,Openstack-ci,DevStack



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