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How Obiora Okoye Transitioned from Software Engineer Role to Enterprise DevOps Coach

Obiora Okoye
Obiora Okoye

Obiora Okoye always had a passion for software engineering. He started his career at Sidmach Technologies, a Nigerian-based software development company, where he quickly rose through the ranks as a talented software engineer.

After 14 years of honing his skills and gaining valuable experience, Obiora decided it was time for a change. He wanted to take on a new challenge and utilize his experience to help other engineers excel in their roles.

Obiora made the decision to transition into a role as an Enterprise DevOps Coach. In this role, he would be responsible for working with teams across the organization to improve their software development processes and implement best practices. He knew it would be a big change, but he was excited for the opportunity to make a real impact on the company.

As an Enterprise DevOps Coach, Obiora worked closely with the engineering teams to implement DevOps practices such as continuous integration and continuous deployment.

He helped teams automate their software testing and deployment processes, which greatly improved the speed and reliability of their software releases.

He also worked with the teams to improve their monitoring and logging systems, which helped them quickly identify and resolve issues that arose in production.

Obiora’s guidance and mentorship had a significant impact on the engineering teams at Sidmach Technologies.

The company was able to reduce the time it took to release new features from weeks to days, and the number of production issues decreased significantly.

His leadership and experience helped the teams to become more efficient and productive, which ultimately led to increased revenue for the company.

Obiora’s transition from software engineer to Enterprise DevOps Coach was not an easy one, but it was definitely worth it.

He was able to leverage his experience and skills to help others and make a real impact on the company. He continues to work with Sidmach Technologies and continues to drive innovation and efficiencies in the company’s software development process.

Obiora’s story serves as an inspiration to other software engineers who are considering taking on a leadership role, and shows that with hard work, dedication and the right mindset, anyone can make a successful transition into technology leadership.

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