Authors: Kief Morris, Andrew Phillips, Florian Motlik, Julian Dunn, Matthew Skelton, Ben Butler-Cole Immutable Infrastructure: 6 questions to 6 experts Immutable Infrastructure is not a new concept and while there are many examples of...
Earlier, we sketched out MMMSS, Many More Much Smaller Steps, laying out the bare bones. Cool, cool, but now we need to thicken our sense of the idea. Today, let's close in a little more on what "step" means to us. geepawhill.org/2021/09/29/man…
Do you love design systems and magic? A thread.🧵
What's a product management mantra you live by? 🚀💬
It’s fascinating to watch Steve Jobs introduce the Aqua UI 20 years ago now in 2000 pic.twitter.com/laWiTj8lrr
Is this art? If yes, it’s art If no, we will debate it’s art, which means it’s art. Is this art? pic.twitter.com/zooPi9Fupd
@JaneLytv This is connectivity of that network block before and after the configuration change. Factual summary: The network used to be well connected to the Internet. After a config change, it's not connected. This network contains half of the DNS servers for Facebook and properties. pic.twitter.com/MIU25GBYet
What a great rant why programming sucks 😂😬 twitter.com/joepie91/statu…
Over the past 5 years I've spent an increasing amount of time helping companies and teams implement objectives & key results. It's a deceptively simple concept that promises big improvements if done right. Here's everything I've written so far on #OKRs 🧵:
"Monolith" is not an architecture, it’s a deployment strategy. Your monolith could be a chaotic tangle of unmaintainable spaghetti, or it could could be organized as well defined context-focused services (µservices w/o the network) or anything else, but it deploys all at once.
In motorsport, if you're not leading you're following. Introducing Mission R – the all-electric concept racecar. Our vision for the future of customer motorsport. #FastForwardFuture
There is a fallacy about how domain modelling works, and we need to talk about it. With software design, you're not just solving problems, you can reframe the problem itself. 🧵 /1
Google captcha is getting out of hand pic.twitter.com/EDNsakSJxn
Here we are, now going on the fourth straight month of headlines all about how a record number of people are quitting their jobs. There's a lot of pain behind that statistic, but also a strident, activated edge to labor that feels unlike anything seen in my lifetime.
If blockchains are databases, are smart contracts stored procedures?
You are sabotaging your own personal and professional growth if you're not finding time to read. These are the books that changed my life, and what I learned from them:
At work, you can do 3 things with time: 1) elongate it (work more hours) 2) save it (work efficiently) 3) leverage it (work on stuff that matters) So having kids is great because you rapidly hit the limits of the first two & out of desperation force yourself to get good at #3
I once read that your manager has a greater impact on your health than your doctor and I think about it a lot
Dear dev teams: If you are not Amazon, please don't try to architect your apps as if though you need to support that type of scale. Keep your architecture simple. Trust me. The maintenance burden alone will crush you. Time wasted solving problems you don't have hurts your users.
git is just multiplayer notepad
Developing a web browser takes time. Chrome wasn't built in a day.
“Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex. It takes a touch of genius - and a lot of courage - to move in the opposite direction.” ~E.F. Schumacher pic.twitter.com/sduD680nYP
Successfully reverse engineered the StreamDeck ✅ Can now control the device with: 🔘 Custom buttons of any format 🚀 Any OS actions tied to a button 🎨 Full-size visualizations across buttons Starting demo? CPU utilization counter! 📈 All code here: bitly.com/3wNKKJV pic.twitter.com/IF59tbiwyf
There are no hard and fast rules for how to start a Cloud Native transformation... But, this collection of patterns are very common in the successes we've seen. 1. You need a core team. A bunch of dedicated, focussed people who want to succeed. cnpatterns.org/organization-c…
if you want to see what a great dialog with lots of disagreement yet no rudeness looks like on LinkedIn read A Better Way to Do Daily Scrums linkedin.com/posts/alshallo… Seeing discussions like this makes the flak i've taken for setting it up worthwhile :)
The agile manifesto says: "We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it." NOT "We know the one true way to manage the software lifecycle. We don't actually write software, but we can certify you." #agile
Cloud bill developer edition: $𝟷𝟸𝟷𝟻𝟿.𝟸𝟿 𝙹𝚅𝙼 $𝟽𝟻𝟿𝟷.𝟷𝟸 𝙹𝚅𝙼 𝙶𝙲 $𝟷𝟸𝟿𝟽.𝟻𝟻 𝙻𝚘𝚐𝚐𝚒𝚗𝚐 $𝟻𝟻𝟼.𝟸 𝚂𝚙𝚛𝚒𝚗𝚐 𝙵𝚛𝚊𝚖𝚎𝚠𝚘𝚛𝚔 $𝟷𝟷𝟷.𝟺𝟿 𝙾𝚝𝚑𝚎𝚛 𝙳𝚎𝚙𝚎𝚗𝚍𝚎𝚗𝚌𝚒𝚎𝚜 $𝟻.𝟷𝟻 𝚈𝚘𝚞𝚛 𝙲𝚘𝚍𝚎
"Let’s be clear — what you are doing is not about climate action or responding to an emergency. It never was. This is communication tactics disguised as politics." Yesterday I adressed the #AustrianWorldSummit along with Angela Merkel, António Guterres, Alok Sharma and others. pic.twitter.com/vuD4T0vjfd
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