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Brian Chambers
Technology leader at Chick-fil-A, OSS at . Outdoors and ATL sports fan. Instagram
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Brian Chambers Feb 19
Our own shared his story about what his first year as an engineer at Chick-fil-A was like. Honest, direct, and on point.
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Brian Chambers Feb 16
Replying to @Matt_Koehn
I’m no expert but... new tax system probs?
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Brian Chambers Feb 14
Replying to @KeithRichardLee
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Brian Chambers Feb 3
Replying to @RealMattlanta
Pretty close
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Brian Chambers Jan 29
Wow, this is a strong group of people. Congrats and !
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Brian Chambers Jan 28
Excited to be a part of this!
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Brian Chambers Jan 20
I think it was even better!
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Caleb Hurd Jan 14
Chick-fil-A is looking to hire an SRE/DevOps engineer! You’d be working on IoT projects inside our restaurants... send me a message if you’re interested!
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Brian Chambers Dec 29
Replying to @ESPNStatsInfo
Good job playoff committee...
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Brian Chambers Dec 27
Replying to @reidhopkins
What was in there?
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Brian Chambers Dec 19
Curious how the Chick-fil-A One app interacts with our backend API tier, ultimately resulting in delicious sandwiches for you? Learn now.
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Alex Ellis Dec 12
Replying to @ChickfilA
Great to see are launching an Open Source program and GitHub organisation. Their work to put Kubernetes at the edge includes GitOps tooling like Vessel.
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Phil Estes Dec 12
Chick-fil-A gets a keynote shout-out from at for their K8s at the edge work! Congrats and team
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Atlanta United FC Dec 8
Atlanta, you deserve this!
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Brian Chambers Dec 5
Going to in Seattle? Make sure to check out Chick-fil-A's session where we'll share about our use of GitOps to manage clusters in the cloud and at the edge.
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Brian Chambers Dec 2
Replying to @ChipTowersDN
Texas ain't that good but at least we don't have to play UCF.
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Brian Chambers Dec 1
I agree personally but at least it wasn’t a flippant call.
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Brian Chambers Dec 1
He said the play was there - been sitting on it for two seasons and said before the game they’d call it if there. 30 yard play. He said the prob was we took too long to snap. They had a check out if it wasn’t there but it was. Just too slow.
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Brian Chambers Dec 1
Kirby explained it post game. Actually made sense. Just didn’t work out.
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Brian Chambers Dec 1
Replying to @RealMattlanta
Can’t be negative (Atlanta is cursed) about it. UGA is a top 4 team and played a near perfect game. Punch for punch with the “best Bama team ever”. If they aren’t in the playoff it’s a joke.
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