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Speaker Spotlight – Dayel Ostraco

Who is Dayel Ostraco?

Dayel Ostraco is a native New Yorker, who graduated from Suny Purchase with degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science. He admits to being a hyperactive code monkey, insomniac, stats geek, history buff, mediocre golfer and textbook ENTP personality.

In 2009, Dayel and his family relocated from their longtime home in Scarsdale, NY to Mount Pleasant, SC. After getting settled, Dayel founded Qonceptual a product development company based in Charleston, SC in 2013, and functions as it’s Chief Information Officer.

In his role as CIO, Dayel enjoys the challenges and rewards of helping to establish Charleston as a springboard for engineers and startups. Qonceptual aligns with Dayel’s many passions like mentoring other engineers, building great teams and developing awesome product experiences that challenge people’s preconceived notions of how users should interact with applications and the world around them.

Throughout his career, he has shown himself to be a man able to balance his home and family life with work, and still make contributions to his community. He volunteers as a Curriculum Advisor at Trident Technical College, is an Advisory Board Member of The Iron Yard, and a Lifetime Member of MUSC’s Society of 1824.

Other Information

This Spring, Dayel will enlighten us about Microservices and Rapid Deployment during his session for Syntax Code & Craft Convention.

SyntaxCon brings together over thirty-five talented developers from around the country who will share road-tested insights. This year’s schedule provides content across 4 main tracks, each with a specific focus:

  • Front-End Development
  • Back-End Development
  • Mobile Development
  • Platforms (cloud-hosted services, gaming, content management systems, etc.)

Attendees can customize their personal agenda by choosing sessions with an aim to improve their craft, fulfill goals, and learn cutting edge trends and best practices in a relatively short time.

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