James has worked as a software development consultant for over 15 years.
He’s designed, built and deployed eCommerce systems for Dell, Pizza Hut, KFC and the RAC, which transact millions of orders and over $150 million in revenue every year.
Like all Welshmen, James is a devout rugby supporter and combines this passion with a love of Belgian Trappist beers.
Steve has twenty five years of IT experience, working for top government and corporate clients in Australia and the UK.
He is an expert across a wide range of Microsoft technologies with web server infrastructure (IIS) being his specialism.
Steve's passion is in creating operationally excellent platforms for web applications that are secure, scalable and manageable.
Client Relations Manager
Previously Kate was Head of Operations at Adactus delivering e-Commerce solutions for the likes of PizzaHut UK and other bespoke software projects.
Kate’s experience also includes working for Cable & Wireless and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals.
As well as loving all things Agile, Kate’s skills and experience in Project Delivery continue to benefit our clients and the teams here at DevOpsGuys.
Chris has over 18 years of experience in business development within the IT solutions sector.
His knowledge covers systems integration, data networking, managed hosting and associated services. Prior to joining DevOpsGuys, Chris was one of the founders of Iconnyx, a managed services company which was successfully sold to Easynet.
Chris stayed with Easynet for a further 3 years to lead the UK corporate sales team. Before this, Chris has held sales management positions at Adapt and Redstone.
In a world where technology and culture collide, one man has been chosen to bring the forces of dev and ops together. That man... is James Betteley.
On a mission from DOG, he must fight his arch enemies – Silos and Waterfall to bring two cultures together in harmony.
He also watches too many movie trailers.