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Armory Tribal Ethan Rogers Joins the Spinnaker TOC

Nov 7, 2019 by Stu Posluns

We are excited to announce that Ethan Rogers, Staff Engineer at Armory, has joined Spinnaker’s Technical Oversight Committee (TOC).

The TOC is responsible for the overall technical management of Spinnaker, ultimately managing the day-to-day running of the project. Ethan’s invitation to join the TOC is a recognition of his substantial contributions to the OSS community over the last three years. These contributions including close to 300 commits to the project, leadership of the Kubernetes SIG, numerous insightful posts and videos on blog.spinnaker.io and www.armory.io,  active participation on Spinnaker Slack, and general leadership in the community.

On the TOC, Ethan will continue to be a strong voice representing the perspectives of the broader Spinnaker community. The Armory tribe is extremely proud of Ethan, and we are excited to see him continue to help make Spinnaker the de facto continuous delivery platform.

For more information on Armory’s leadership in the OSS Spinnaker community, please see here, or reach out to us here or on Spinnaker Slack.

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