Welcome to my personal website
I'm Joseph Petitti, a systems administrator and cloud architect from northern New England. I studied computer science at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and graduated in 2021 with a Master of Science degree. I mostly work on highly-availabe cloud applications using AWS and Kubernetes.
Professionally I mostly work on desigining and deploying cloud architecture for continuous integration of containerized workloads and DevSecOps automation. For fun I also like game design and web development.
Check out my resume for an overview of my accomplishments, and see the projects page or my GitHub for a detailed description of the projects I've been working on.
I have a pretty wide range of interests. I enjoy programming video games, hiking the White Mountains, and watching movies. My favorite film is Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey, my favorite TV show is Neon Genesis Evangelion, and my favorite game is Factorio.
Above is a picture of me at PAX East showing off a free and open source, procedurally generated, top-down, twinstick shooter game I created with two fellow students in spring 2020.
- GPA 3.90
- Commits in past year 230
- Server uptime hours 37
- Films watched 1,657
At WPI I was a member of the Beta Theta Pi social fraternity and the Upsilon Pi Epsilon computer science honor society. I worked on the Beecology Project, an NSF-funded biodiversity research project, and ASSISTments, a free platform funded by millions of dollars in federal grants that uses data-driven insights to improve high school math education. I did my Master's thesis on Android network security with the Cake Lab research group.
My other big hobby is the great outdoors. I try to go backpacking, hiking, and camping whenever I can. I'm currently working on climbing all of the 48 New Hampshire 4000-foot peaks. Below is a photo of me at the summit of Mount Fuji in September 2019.
If you have any questions or comments about this website or any of my projects, or if you just want to say hi, feel free to email me at [email protected].