ARC-TS’s Bob Killen receives CNCF award

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Bob Killen (second from right), ARC-TS research cloud programmer senior, is featured with other Chop Wood Carry Water award winners. (Cloud Native Computing Foundation, CC BY NC 2.0)

On November 19, 2019, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) named several award winners, including ARC-TS research cloud programmer senior, Bob Killen

Killen was one of six to earn the “Chop Wood Carry Water” award, given to CNCF community members who help behind the scenes, dedicate their time to open source projects, host and build community meetups, and complete tasks that benefit the CNCF community. 

Read the full CNCF awards article.


The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®) builds sustainable ecosystems for cloud native software. The Community Awards recognize CNCF community members working the hardest to advance cloud native technology.
D. Stephanie Dascola, ITS Communications
Author: D. Stephanie Dascola, ITS Communications

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