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Ramil Alfonso

Ramil Alfonso

Ramil Alfonso joined Telos in 2012, and serves as technical director for cyber operations and defense development group. He has 15 years’ experience in professional software development, working with a wide range of technologies and platforms from micro-controllers all the way up to mainframes. Additionally, Ramil has interests in cloud computing, big data, and mobile application development.

Ramil is a Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP), Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) and Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD). He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering from La Consolacion University.

Best Practices for Designing Distributed Systems – Part 3

Ramil Alfonso
August 24, 2015

This multi-part series explores the different aspects of designing a distributed system, optimized to support the multitude of devices — the characteristics of distributed systems, the fallacies that come along with the concept of distributed systems, as well as suggestions on how to handle known challenges.

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Debunking the 8 Fallacies of Distributed Systems – Part 2

Ramil Alfonso
August 3, 2015

Part two of this multi-part series explores the fallacies that come along with the concept of distributed systems, as well as suggestions on how to handle known challenges.

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An Intro to Designing Distributed Systems – Part 1

Ramil Alfonso
July 21, 2015

This multi-part series explores the different aspects of designing a distributed system, optimized to support the multitude of devices — the characteristics of distributed systems, the fallacies that come along with the concept of distributed systems, as well as suggestions on how to handle known challenges.

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