Next up in our “Meet your OpenStack Training Instructor” series, our interview subject is Polina Petriuk.
Tell us more about your background. How did you become involved in OpenStack training?
In software development, I started as a QA Engineer, but I’ve never had any problems doing any other non-QA tasks. That gave me experience in a lot of areas beyond QA, such as business analysis and requirements gathering, datacenter planning, deployment and support, system administration and devops, and project and program management. When the opportunity to become an OpenStack trainer came up, it seemed like a perfect match for my background, skillset, and passion.
What do you enjoy most about training?
It never gets boring. I think I learn as much from my students as they do from me 🙂 I have students from different countries and companies, with different backgrounds and skills. I have an opportunity to talk to them and get to know what they think and how they do things. Also, my work involves a lot of traveling, which brings a whole different aspect of excitement. There is always something