On the #cfsummit stage, @sramji talks about the makings of a cloud native application platform. pic.twitter.com/0YRVhDF9p3 — Amy Hermes (@amyhermes) May 11, 2015 Packed house w/ standing room only at the #cfsummit Very Cool!...
Wow here is a left turn and it safely went through the light. This is bettaaaaa people and it’s amazing. @elonmusk you savage, you have created a life hack and you have accomplished fsd. @tesla_raj pic.twitter.com/L8dPC6PhpU
It’s real... this is part of the development UI and is BETA. pic.twitter.com/SmhCrftJcc
FSD beta program here we go. Hell yeah pic.twitter.com/dNVGlwyYv6
This is absolutely incredible what is coming with the FSD BETA! @Tesla gave me the OK to post this on social media. One day soon we will be having self driving cars... so excited to be part of this movement! ❤️ This is part of the development UI and not final release..sneak peek! pic.twitter.com/vSnkw1rFKa
There are 4 types of engineers pic.twitter.com/iFTC1hx6AH
Super interesting thread twitter.com/chris_herd/sta…
healthy use of sprints... less healthy use of sprints... pic.twitter.com/mkSHmzf8oO
Code reviews... pic.twitter.com/BZJc9D3ILp
Just heard that Ron Cobb has died. A phenomenal designer and illustrator, he did the preliminary design work on the time machine, the Nostromo, amongst other iconic designs. Losing him and Syd Mead inside 12 months is dreadful. #roncobb pic.twitter.com/lqhh1TTDUe
Developer: We have a problem. Manager: Remember, there are no such things as problems, only opportunities. Developer: Well then, we have a DDoS opportunity.
When you replace your non-working code with something copied from StackOverflow pic.twitter.com/fGQXIGYdjr
X : One of our customers wants a new feature in our product. Me : Sounds good. Add it to the backlog. X : No other customer seems to want this. It's unique to them. Me : Is it a generally useful feature that others might want? X : I doubt it Me : Then super low priority.
The Plus Four Wristlet Route Indicator, a British product from the 1920s, is a scroll-map navigator in the shape of a watch. It came with tiny interchangeable instructions that you scrolled manually to see which roads to take when driving. pic.twitter.com/HoZvLjrxbU
This is one of my favorite programming jokes. If you don't get it, you've probably lost the thread. 😁 pic.twitter.com/gyHEvGRXh2
Großartig! Allein der Blick des Trolls...😂 twitter.com/ScheererDaniel…
The practical limit to team size is communication paths (n*(n-1)/2). A team with 15 people on it has 105 possible communication paths (everybody talks to everybody else) that have to be explored before decisions can be made. A team of 5 has 10.
sorry to say pic.twitter.com/qzIcq6irzE
The library is charging me late fees for a book. I can't return the book because the library has closed early due to covid. The library has also blocked the self-service drop-off due to covid. The book is Catch-22.
Try and fail, but don't fail to try. ~ Stephen Kaggawa
In pre-covid times, it was common for teams to do group bonding activities like mini gran prix, bowling, escape rooms, picnics, paintball / laser tag, etc. Question: what are teams doing now? Are there virtual activities that fulfill the same need? RTs for reach appreciated.
"We identified more than four different private-cloud initiatives—converged infrastructure, OpenShift, Mesos/Marathon, and OpenStack—each struggling to achieve scale" mckinsey.com/business-funct…
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