Antoine Cotten

About

The blog

Social medias are an excellent way to relay information and keep up with the technologies I’m passionate about, unfortunately none of the platforms I use on a daily basis are suitable for authoring content. This is what this small corner of the internet is for, contributing articles about the things I think of and do, in more than 280 characters.

It’d be impossible for me to give a clear framework to this blog, I’m interested in everything related in one way or another to distributed system, serverless, infrastructure-as-code, continuous delivery and virtualization. Nowadays these subjects are so in vogue that the list of technologies I wish I could experiment with is almost endless.

The opinions expressed in the content I publish are my own. This blog is entirely open-source and powered by Jekyll. If you like a post and feel like sharing it you can, but are not obliged to, mention my Twitter username @AntoineCotten.

The author

I like to describe myself as a software developer with a strong background in infrastructure and operations. I used to focus on building a DevOps culture around platform and release automation. Nowadays, I spend most of my time engineering software to shape the technologies of today and tomorrow. I have had the chance to work in companies of different sizes, in a variety of industries, and to approach a multitude of problems in so many different ways.

I love sharing the knowledge I have and help people understand the technologies I am fond of, as much as I love hearing other people telling about their experiences in the tech industry. You can sometimes find me on StackExchange helping people answering questions I’ve had to ask myself at some point as well.

I’m originally from Bretagne, arguably the most beautiful part of France, but this didn’t stop me from moving to Munich, Germany, in 2012.

Feel free to click on the external links in the footer if you want to reach out or know more about me.