eduMy name is Eduardo Piairo and I work @ Natixis as DevOps Coach (I prefer the name Whisperer, sounds better) with automation, collaboration and communication as priorities. My daily mission is to mitigate the “pain” associated to the agile development process pain through DevOps. In other words, try to achieve the balance between business and business materialization.

I’m  a development pipeline craftsman with particular focus on source control (SC), continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) for applications, databases and infrastructure.

With a database administrator background I have special interest in database changes management, data modeling and testing. I like to think that the databases is just another important part of the software development process.

I’m a huge appreciator of the “as code” approach: infrastructure as code (IaC), database as code, deployment pipeline, communication as code, …

My professional experience in electronics motivates me to explore and play with Arduino and Raspberry Pi. My professional experience in teaching (electronics and computer science) together  with my will of sharing led me to write this blog.

I became a “community addicted” by being a member of Porto.Data user group, by helping to organize the SQLSaturday Porto conference, and by trying to go to others community’s conferences as attendee or as speaker.

My most recent project is called DevOps Porto and it’s a user group created by me and my friend Miguel Alho with the purpose to promote the discussion and knowledge sharing around the DevOps topic.

I like what I do and all my projects are important. However, my best and successful project is my family.


When I’m not working on my projects I take the opportunity to ride my bike.

If you want to talk with me about these topics or any other (or even join me in a bike ride) you can reach me through:

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