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Welcoming Our New CEO — Tim Zonca
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | September 11, 2019

Welcoming Our New CEO — Tim Zonca
After a rigorous search for the next CEO of Stackery, we are thrilled to welcome Tim Zonka, formerly the Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing at Puppet, into the role. Tim’s career spans across engineering, DevOps research, product marketing, strategic alliances, and management; his background in these areas makes him an incredible as...
Building a Better Product Through Customer Service
Danielle Heberling

Danielle Heberling | May 21, 2019

Building a Better Product Through Customer Service
As an individual coming from a customer support background that knows the value of being on the front lines, I am ecstatic that Stackery focuses on the customer across all teams. Moreover, I’m excited by the impact of having the front line perspective ingrained in the product we build. After all, the customers are the reason why we work so har...
An Extrovert's Guide to Camaraderie in Tech
Ashley Brooks

Ashley Brooks | May 02, 2019

An Extrovert's Guide to Camaraderie in Tech
If you work in tech, you’ve probably heard that “team culture” is the most important thing for a successful organization. Camaraderie, trust, passion… a good team should have all that. And it’s hard to deny that loving the team you work with will make you more successful, but how do we build that? There’s no AWS product called TeamFront and it...
Using Curiosity To Find Your Best Self
Farrah Campbell

Farrah Campbell | February 13, 2019

Using Curiosity To Find Your Best Self
As Stackery’s Ecosystems Director, a huge part of my work revolves around meeting new people and developing relationships with them for the good of our company. I love this work not only because I’m passionate about people and serverless, but also because it keeps my curiosity muscle strong. To be good at my job, I need to do right by my perso...
Serverless in 2019: From 'Hello World' to 'Hello Production'
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | January 04, 2019

Serverless in 2019: From 'Hello World' to 'Hello Production'
A Look Ahead As the CEO of Stackery, I have had a unique, inside view of serverless since we launched in 2016. I get to work alongside the world’s leading serverless experts, our customers, and our partners and learn from their discoveries. It’s a new year: the perfect time to take stock of professional progress, accomplishments, and goals. T...
Hi! I’m Gracie Gregory, Stackery’s New Copywriter
Gracie Gregory

Gracie Gregory | December 05, 2018

Hi! I’m Gracie Gregory, Stackery’s New Copywriter
I’ve worked in various sectors of tech since graduating college in 2014 with a Russian literature degree and an appetite for something entirely new post-graduation. After meeting with a handful of Portlanders in various sectors of business, I landed a PR and branding role at The Linux Foundation where I stayed for years. At the risk of using a...
Stackery Welcomes Abner Germanow
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | November 21, 2018

Stackery Welcomes Abner Germanow
Today, I’m proud to announce Abner Germanow is joining us as the company’s first chief marketing officer (CMO). Like Chase Douglas, Sam Goldstein and I, Abner also hails from the halls of New Relic, where we all contributed in our various roles to making New Relic the market leader it is today. Abner has more than 20 years experience in global...
Scaling to the Challenges
Farrah Campbell

Farrah Campbell | November 01, 2018

Scaling to the Challenges
Can you create something by creating the appearance of something? Can a team increase its output by looking busy? Does “fake it til you make it” work with team culture? It sounds ridiculous to suggest pretending can make it real, but smiling can make a person feel happier, and Botox can make a person less able to feel emotions they are unable...

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