McLaren Racing has a long history of technical innovation; now find out how the software development team has adapted to this fast-paced and constantly evolving industry.
In this challenging environment, we have had to push our software and development methodologies to the limit in order to consistently deliver reliable, robust and highly adaptable software; gain some insight into the changes we have made and how software engineers play their part in race weekends, where thousandths of a second make all the difference.
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Chris Alexander is a Developer Experience Engineer at import.io, and architect of their all-AWS cloud hosting. He has spent the last two years provisioning, monitoring, scaling and managing countless AWS resources while ensuring the platform has high availability and durability.