Not sure how I missed this one, but @dhaynes23 elegantly lays forth the differences between monitoring and observability here: medium.com/@dlite/observa… (It’s uncanny reading a post by someone I don’t know, that sounds so so much like something I could have written. Damn.)
THREAD: Regarding the mass surveillance of citizens: Most ppl don’t seem to realize this no longer is a theoretical concept or something done only by NSA & Co.
Hours of fun twitter.com/mkbhd/status/9…
A weekend poem 😁😁 pic.twitter.com/NJHE7Z0VrW
Test-driven decision making: instead of arguing about which is the best solution, have each of you write down a set of tests that the solution must pass: "I would be happy with whatever the team decides, provided..." Now collaborate to solve that constraint problem as a team.
Tried nocode. Build time went from 13secs to 0. No dependency hell. Binary size is more manageable. A+ solid project. twitter.com/kelseyhightowe…
Hero-based organizations blame people when things go wrong. Systems-based organizations ask ‘how did our current systems foster these problems?’ #leadwithjoy
“If hacking a Jeep is as easy as hacking a server, and servers are routinely breached, then where are all the hacked cars? Computers hit with sophisticated malware show no sign of infection. And autonomous vehicles can be used as powerful, directed bombs.” zachaysan.com/writing/2018-0… pic.twitter.com/DKw24hC3Xi
Agile environments are learning environments. Everything you do, from process changes to implementing a story, is an experiment. If that experiment doesn’t work out the way you expect, it’s not “a failure,” it’s data. Use that data to formulate the next experiment.
Senior developers: unblocking and being a force multiplier to the junior developers on your team is literally the most important thing you can and should be doing with your time. If you're crushing code, while members of your team are stuck, you're actively hurting the team.
Redhat: “Alexa, buy a box of Oreos” Alexa: “Buying @coreos"
high difficulty level escape room concept: u are laying in bed and u have one hour to get out of bed
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.
- As Kubernetes surged in popularity in 2017, it created a vibrant ecosystem
- Microsoft introduces new open-source cross-platform OPC UA support for the industrial Internet of Things
- What Is GE Predix Really Building?
- A Tale of Two Industrial IoT Standards: DDS and OPC-UA
- GE And Microsoft Join Forces In The Industrial Data Cloud
- ActiveState Stackato
- Audi at home
- Audi on demand
- Audi select
- Audi shared fleet
- Audi unite
- Books & Whitepaper
- Cloud Foundry
- GE Predix
- HP Helion
- IBM Bluemix
- Industrial IoT
- San Francisco