DRE and Member of Technical Staff
Miriah Peterson graduated from Brigham Young University in 2017 with a Bachelor’s degree in Physics. She attended one semester of graduate school at the University of Oklahoma in 2017, but dropped out to start a career as a software engineer. Currently a DRE and Member of Technical Staff at Tailscale, Miriah focuses on scaling data infrastructure platforms and pipelines. Sharing knowledge and experiences is a focus Miriah’s career. She has given many talks on machine learning, data engineering, and data architecture strategy. Additionally, she works in the community as a board member for the Forge Foundation Inc and organizer of GoWest Conference, WomenWhoGo Utah meetup, and Machine Learning Utah meetup.
May 26, 20227:30 PM UTC
Ask Us Anything: Data Reliability from Three Perspectives
Data reliability engineering is an emerging field and set of practices. You probably have a lot of questions, and we have a few answers from our slate of esteemed data leaders. In this open Q&A session, you can ask us anything. We'll do our best to answer and point you to resources to help you on your journey to making data reliability engineering a key part role and responsibility at your organization.
May 25, 20225:40 PM UTC
Where We Are Going We Don't Need Standards
“Move Fast and Break Things” (Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook) is the mantra of many fast pace startups. Every start-up hits a point where infrastructure and data integrity matter as much as or more than speed. Come explore a practical application of data governance for critical system performance.