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Culture and the Games People Play
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| by Roy Rapoport Follow 0 Followers on Apr 30, 2016 |

Roy Rapoport demonstrates the power of alignment (or lack thereof) using real-world examples from previous and current employer, with specific emphasis on his experience introducing Python to production use within Netflix, the organizational structures he interacted with through that process, and the way they tie into Netflix's formal culture.

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Roy Rapoport manages the Insight Engineering group at Netflix, responsible for building Netflix's Operational Insight platforms, including cloud telemetry, alerting, and real-time analytics". Roy has been in tech for about 20 years with positions in IT engineering and operations, software development, and software quality engineering, but his passion remains with operations and automation.

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