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College Student to SRE: Onboarding Your Entry Level Talent
Michael Kehoe and Nina Mushiana, LinkedIn
Just over two years ago, I completed college, moved countries and started as a SRE at LinkedIn. Over those two years, I’ve gone from a Junior engineer to a Senior Engineer, however, I wouldn’t have been able to do it without a great onboarding experience and the mentors that have guided me
This session will take the perspective of myself as a New College Graduate and Nina Mushiana (SRE manager) on how to onboard new SREs and help them reach their full potential. We will deep dive into onboarding, mentoring and training topics and reflect on lessons learnt over my two year experience. Finally I’ll present advice for ELTs on how to become an important and successful part of their organization.
Michael Kehoe, Senior Site Reliability Engineer in the Production-SRE team, joined the LinkedIn operations team as a New College Graduate in January 2014. Prior to that, Michael studied Engineering at the University of Queensland (Australia) where he majored in Electrical Engineering. During his time studying, he interned at NASA Ames Research Center working on the PhoneSat project.
Nina Mushiana, has been an SRE Manager for Production-SRE and NOC team at Linkedin since May 2013. Prior to that, Nina was project managing Business Continuity Planning for Yahoo and Assistant manager for the Yahoo NOC. Nina has 14 years of operations experience.
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