About Us

The SUSE Developer Community is an open and welcoming space for developers who want to leverage the power of open source to change the world! Connected, we are stronger. And stronger, we can meet any challenge.

The Power of Many

Open Tools

Powerful, open source technology to build better apps faster and with less work to delight your end users.

Strong Community

An open, friendly community of humans coming together to share, learn, and invent together.

Connected World

Moving forward, pushing boundaires, connecting the dots, and harnessing the power of many great minds to solve the world’s most difficult challenges.

Meet Our Team

Andrew Gracey

Andrew is a software engineer turned advocate who loves simplifying ideas and concepts to make them more approachable. He enjoys looking at where we can push technology to better help people. He also runs, bikes, and drinks craft beer (and hopes they cancel each other out)

Brendan Bulmer

Brendan is the go-to person for all aspiring students that may want to pursue a career as a developer. He currently manages our academic program and responsible for helping teach the next generation of developers, innovators and open source experts.

Sarah Whitlock

Sarah is the Head of the SUSE Developer Community. She is a developer, educator, and former rocket scientist who believes there is a nerd – and a poet – inside of each of us. She loves helping creative, passionate, and determined people harness the power of community and technology to change the world.

Tim Irnich

Tim is a community builder who loves to create spaces where people can come together, learn from each other and create what nobody could have created alone. He comes from a scientific research and innovation management background and today focuses on modern software development techniques, DevOps and CI/CD. 

Talk to Us

Have a question? Want to give us feedback? Can’t find what you’re looking for? Just want to talk to a developer or an expert?

We’re here for you! Start a conversation with the community on the SUSE Developer Forums.

If you prefer, you can also email the SUSE Developer Community Team directly at developers@suse.com.