AWS is not about paying for what you use, it’s about paying for what you forgot to turn off.
4,000 years later and we’re basically back to the same language 😂 pic.twitter.com/uITvYXMEdq
I was asked today what the 'primary' reason is for doing a code review. I suggested: to answer the question of "Am I willing to maintain this code"
With Project Eirini, Cloud Foundry Adapts to a New Open Source Ecosystem thenewstack.io/with-project-e…
Enterprise UX. pic.twitter.com/0MbrT8tTuF
👟Google launches “Cloud Run”. It’s the serverless containers-as-a-service you’ve been waiting for. With a “single command“, you will go from a container image to: 🚀 a fully-managed autoscaling app 🌍 running on a public domain name 🔐 with a Let's Encrypt TLS certificate. pic.twitter.com/jYFfxZ19pf
"A couple of decades ago, it was perfectly normal to smoke cigarettes inside. Today, very few would do that. I think it’s the same with cars in the city center: One day we will look back and ask ourselves why we ever thought that was a good idea" #autofrei fastcompany.com/90294948/what…
XML: Structured txt format with rich schema validation supoort. Cool. JSON: Nah, angle brackets are stressful. Curly brackets are where it’s at. And schema? Meh. If you really insist. YAML: White space and willpower!
"Agile" is a heuristic search algorithm. It is a search for "better ways" based on 4 simple heuristics. It's not a process or a role title or a flow chart. It's not a matter of repeating an org structure or a calendar of events.
Zen comment for the day: If the users never discover a bug, does it exist?
good afternoon everyone, this is steve ballmer, bill gates, and other microsoft bigwigs jamming out to the rolling stones at the launch of windows 95 pic.twitter.com/pvWu7eAfvq
We joke about AI being too dumb to kill us all, but I am pretty sure accidentally building a world-destroying AI is an easier problem than building an AI assistant that can properly schedule meetings.
Yes, I Test In Production (And So Do You) bit.ly/2Fq3Yha
@aripalo @adrianco An event-driven enterprise architect walks into a bar. She refactors the bartender into a pub/sub ordering system. No customers arrive. No beers are ordered. Much money is spent to maintain the system.
A #serverless enthusiast walks into a bar, refactors the bartender as a Lambda function: Bartender nowhere to be seen, 1000 customers come in, first customer orders a beer, bartender arrives a bit slowly, next 999 beers delivered really fast, bartender dissapears again. twitter.com/bjburton/statu…
I met a man from Australia who works in IT So I asked him, do you come from a LAN down under?....
A devops engineer walks into a bar, puts the bartender in a docker container, put kubernetes behind the bar, spins up 1000 bartenders, orders 1 beer.
73 Mind-Blowing Implications of a Driverless Future medium.com/@DonotInnovate…
"As a fast food restaurant manager, I want to be able to change the prices, so that those are the actual prices" twitter.com/DaveLeeBBC/sta…
I tried so hard And got so far But in the end git reset HEAD --hard
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