Author: Ron Miller For a technology that the average person has probably never heard of, Kubernetes surged in popularity in 2017 with a particular group of IT pros who are working with container technology....
You get what you incentivize. You also get what you don't realize you are accidentally incentivizing, too.
5 things about software architecture -> infoq.com/articles/archi… 1. It's not about big design up front 2. Every s/w team needs to consider it 3. The s/w architecture role is about coding, coaching & collaboration 4. You don't need to use UML 5. A good architecture enables agility
GitOps: versioned CI/CD on top of declarative infrastructure. Stop scripting and start shipping. twitter.com/monadic/status…
Electric container vessels connect Rotterdam and Tilburg electrive.com/2018/01/15/ele…
The person who triggered the Hawaii missile alert did so from a dropdown menu with two options: "Test missile alert" and "Missile alert." Software developers and designers, we need to do much better. dev.to/ben/the-hawaii…
The spec was vague pic.twitter.com/9jD98D7Zo8
Doesn't it blow your mind that our collective goal is not to help and improve the Earth in every possible way? Like there is literally a polar bear sitting on a melted ice cap and thinking "Why the fuck is Kitze wasting his days working on bullshit instead of helping me?"
"Why does it work?" - "I have no clue..." twitter.com/bercut2000/sta…
Optimist: AI has achieved human-level performance! Realist: “AI” is a collection of brittle hacks that, under very specific circumstances, mimic the surface appearance of intelligence. Pessimist: AI has achieved human-level performance.
How times change. pic.twitter.com/JXMPEp9nom
This will be accurate forever pic.twitter.com/4Kl1eFjKTF
Events, Flows and Long-Running Services: A Modern Approach to Workflow Automation twitter.com/InfoQ/status/9…
I feel Product Management tends to get a bit over the top sometimes. Love these no-nonsense remarks on the heart of PM from Airbnb’s Dan Hill. medium.com/@danhilltech/o… #prodmgmt #agile #ux #design #startup
Explainer on #Spectre & #Meltdown: When a processor reaches a conditional branch in code (e.g. an 'if' clause), it tries to predict which branch will be taken before it actually knows the result. It executes that branch ahead of time - a feature called "speculative execution".
Humans definitely won't regret creating robot snakes with lasers on their heads pic.twitter.com/RhWldxmnWq
It’s not Christmas until you’re ssh’ed into production over Nana’s WiFi.
Software engineering pro-tip: Do not, I repeat, do not deploy this week. That is how you end up debugging a critical issue from your parent's wifi in your old bedroom while your spouse hates you for abandoning them with your racist uncle.
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