Speaking at CascadiaJS, Town Hall, Seattle

Hey! I’m Christian Nunciato. 👋

I live in Seattle (or actually, just outside Seattle) and based solely on number-of-hours-logged, you could say I’m a dad, programmer, photographer, writer and occasional maker of silly little movies. By day, I work at an awesome little startup called Pulumi. By night, owing mainly to my dadness, I sleep.

This site is still somewhat new, so there isn’t all that much to say about what it is yet, but if I had to guess, I’d say it’ll probably consist mostly of pictures (I take a lot of pictures), videos (I shoot a lot of those, too) and a few words from time to time, mostly on non-technical subjects, much of which you probably won’t find all that interesting. (But of course, I hope you do.)

For the geeky among you, this site is built with Next.js and deployed to the AWS cloud with Pulumi. The admittedly minimal design is my own, hand-crafted of course, with good ol’ HTML, CSS (well, Sass, and a little help from the excellent TailwindCSS).

Thanks for stopping by. You’ll also find me on Mastodon, Flickr, Vimeo, GitHub, CodePen, LinkedIn, and responding belatedly to email at chris@nunciato.org. Feel free to reach out anytime.

Image of the cover of a book about Pulumi


The Pulumi Book (In progress, ~40% complete)


Programming the Cloud with JavaScript (CascadiaJS, November 2019)


Infrastructure as Code for Developers (JavaScript Jabber, January 2021)

Pulumi in Action with Chris Chinchilla (The Weekly Squeak, September, 2020)

Infrastructure as Code with Pulumi with Mike Pfeiffer (CloudSkills.fm, August, 2020)