Speaker:
Haley Tucker
Senior Software Engineer, Chaos Engineering @Netflix

Haley Tucker is a member of the Chaos Engineering team at Netflix where she is responsible for verifying the resiliency of Netflix services to ensure that customers always enjoy their favorite shows.  Prior to that, she worked on the Playback Features team where she was responsible for ensuring customers receive the best possible viewing experience every time they click play. Her services filled a key role in enabling Netflix to stream amazing content to more than 118M members on thousands of devices worldwide. Prior to Netflix, Haley spent a few years building near-real-time command and control systems at Raytheon. She then moved into a consulting role where she built custom billing and payment solutions for cloud and telephony service providers by integrating Java applications with Oracle systems. Haley enjoys applying new technologies to develop robust and maintainable systems and the scale at Netflix has been a unique and exciting challenge. Haley received a BS in Computer Science from Texas A&M University.

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Talk : UNBREAKABLE: Learning to Bend but Not Break at Netflix

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