Veronica Lopez

Sr. Software Engineer

Veronica is a former physicist turned computer scientist, who currently finds joy building distributed systems with Go and Elixir, and trying to make physics and computers converge.

Upcoming conferences:

Veronica Lopez
Code BEAM SF 2019
01 Mar 2019
12.15 - 12.40

Containers & orchestration: The Elixir way

Containers are the ultimate commodity tool for horizontal scalability of modern systems. However, with so many features that overlap with BEAM capabilities, sometimes it's hard to see the real benefit of integrating them into our workflows.


In this talk Veronica will share her experience with containers and Kubernetes, including flexible autoscaling and refined testing & delivery experiences, that make sense within an Elixir environment and its tools.

Past conferences

Veronica Lopez
Code Mesh LDN 2018
08 Nov 2018
11.25 - 12.10

Verifying a distributed system with combinatorial topology (INTERMEDIATE)

Formal verification of distributed systems is hard and expensive. Modern systems rely on tools like observability, extensive testing, and more recenty, chaos engineering. Understanding the maths behind distributed computing, and being able to express systems in terms of algebraic topology and graph theory brings a new possibility of formal verification and a new approach towards solving complex problems and their interconnections.


Propose a faster way to verify a distributed system, communicating the application of combinatorial topology in real world problems.