Dan Mallott is the Head of Platform and Infrastructure at e-conomic in Copenhagen, Denmark. His passion is for distributed architecture, designing and building high performing service layers from the API down to the database. As Head of Platform and Infrastructure, Dan is responsible for leading the Platform, SRE, and API teams in building a solid foundation for the e-conomic product. Previously, Dan was focused on leading the Platform Team in improving the cross-cutting concerns in the e-conomic application, including improving security, improving messaging performance, and managing the migration to .NET 6.0. Before joining e-conomic, Dan was a Senior Principal for West Monroe, based in Chicago, IL, USA. While at West Monroe, Dan's projects included designing high performing architectures for a variety of clients, as well as developing APIs and UIs for healthcare, insurance, and financial services clients. Along the way, Dan worked with .NET Framework, .NET Core, Java/Spring Boot, React, and Angular. He also gained experience with a number of database technologies, including DataStax, Cassandra, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and PostgreSQL. Prior to joining West Monroe, Dan worked for a number of companies, focusing on .NET and Microsoft SQL Server development, including experience as a DBA. Past speaking engagements have included PASS Summit, NDC London, NDC Melbourne, NDC Sydney, KCDC, Code PaLOUsa, and numerous SQL Saturdays throughout the US. Dan enjoys speaking at both large and small conferences, and values the interactions he gets with attendees and other speakers. In his spare time, he can be found writing his own software instead of using package solutions or on the ice as an ice hockey player and referee.
Dan Mallott's Sessions
Testing! We're Talking About (Unit) Testing!SQLBits 2022
Is the business logic in your database tested? It should be, and in this talk, we'll talk about how.
Secure SQL Server Database Design: Tactics and TechnologySQLBits 2020
When you design and build an application, do you think about security first or is it an afterthought? In this talk, you will learn strategies for designing and securing your data layer.