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Mary Treseler is Vice President, Content Strategy at O’Reilly Media, where she leads an editorial team that covers a wide range of topics from Devops to design. Mary is chair of the Velocity Conference. She has been working on technical content for 25 years, acquiring and developing content in areas such as programming, software engineering, and product design. A Boston native, Mary lives oceanside in Padanaram, MA.
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