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David Blezard

David Blezard

David Blezard

University New Hampshire

David Blezard is a Senior IT Manager at University of New Hampshire within the Academic Technology department. He is involved in implementation, management, and administration of a range of academic-related technologies including computer labs and classrooms, web hosting services, media production and delivery, and application hosting.

David has presented numerous times at other regional and national events pertaining to technology support in higher education. In addition, he teaches on network and system administration in the UNH’s Information Technology program.

Session: DevOps for Education, Non-profits, and More

DevOps is not just for startups getting to market first or large-scale operations looking to transform. Education, non-profit, and similar organizations also benefit from shipping more, better code, but few examples fit our realities. Here's how to take DevOps and make it work for us.