Based in Singapore, Aaron is a developer advocate at Solace. He enjoys coding demos, making videos, running workshops – and writing blog posts when he must. He will happily discuss event-driven architecture, microservices networking protocols, application design, monitoring, time-series data, and visualization frameworks for as long as you’ll listen.
During his 10 years at Solace, he has worked as a pre-sales engineer and a professional services consultant around the globe, including time in Hong Kong, London, New York and his hometown of Ottawa. He has conducted lots of developer workshops to help folks better understand how to monitor event-driven systems powered by Solace infrastructure, and how to apply event-driven thinking to their programming and application design.
Aaron holds a master's degree in computer science and a bachelor's degree in mathematics, both from Carleton University, which makes hobbies like geometry and data visualizations make sense, along with the unexpected kite surfing and riding motorcycles.