As part of our recent expansion of the MOTAR ecosystem, we knew we needed to add another #Dynepic DevOps engineer and Jody Bailey is the perfect fit!
A military veteran, Jody has first-hand experience with the outdated training systems the military uses, so when he learned about Dynepic and the impact MOTAR is making in the US Air Force, he jumped right in!
“As a veteran, I had to deal with the outdated training systems the military uses and they desperately need to be replaced,” Jody shared. “What we’re building at Dynepic is going to revolutionize the way our men and women in uniform learn and train, and as a result, increase our overall military readiness.”
After deeply researching the company and its mission, and consulting his trusty Rubber Duckie, Jody said he knew he had to be a part of it.
“This is my dream role,” he said. “As a new DevOps Engineer, I couldn't think of a cooler thing to be working on than building this Software Factory. The amount of knowledge and experience I'm getting from this is off the charts. The end result is going to be awesome and allow vendors to quickly onboard their applications while also maintaining a high-security posture.”
The Dynepic culture and remote working environment were also welcome changes for Jody. A proud husband and father, he’s now able to work on something he’s passionate about and be flexible for his family.
“Honestly, I could not see myself ever going back to a full-time office job,” Jody said. “I really appreciate the ability to be home so I can spend more time with my wife and kids and being able to go travel somewhere and still work as long as you have an internet connection is amazing.”