Nothing to see here. Just a Brexiter MP with wearable camera for protection filming a Brexit supporter with wearable microphone for calling people traitors, liars and snowflakes while filming them. This country has lost its mind. pic.twitter.com/VtBDoL0Hol
Electric buses. China: 421,000 Europe: 2,250 US: 300 (Bloomberg)
"Theory is when you know something, but it doesn’t work. Practice is when something works, but you don’t know why. Programmers combine theory and practice: Nothing works and they don’t know why." - Unknown
CSS is easy, man, all you've gotta do is wait what
Auditors: You must stay patched Vendors: Only use approved patches Management: No support contract IT department: pic.twitter.com/4OCW0tDcVH
this demo from Google I/O is literal dark magic holy shit pic.twitter.com/thRrvuGUD9
Web components from Microsoft... and they use LitElement and lit-html! twitter.com/jthake/status/…
"Google is making money by spying on you, Apple by locking you in, and Facebook by locking you in and spying on you." As I said, many hard truths from Cory Doctorow at #rp19. pic.twitter.com/3gGNH2WXF2
Avis Rental Market Cap: $2B Ford Market Cap: $41B Honda Market Cap: $50B GM Market Cap: $54B Volkswagon Market Cap: $86B Ten-Year old Uber IPO: $90B
In essence, Kubernetes is the sum of all the bash scripts and best practices that most system administrators would cobble together over time, presented as a single system behind a declarative set of APIs.
Windows 95 was released on 1995-08-24. The iPhone was released on 2007-06-29, 4,327 days later. Today is the 4,327th day since the iPhone was released, so the iPhone is now halfway between us and Windows 95.
Software architecture to me is like a game: What is the next move to improve your situation? What are possible moves?
The observation of superconductivity has been the biggest surprise to hit the solid-state physics field since the 2004 Nobel Prize–winning discovery that an intact sheet of carbon atoms could be lifted off a block of graphite with a piece of Scotch tape wired.trib.al/o4UNDMP
This one is especially sinister...i have seen too many teams slide in this state...and it directly relates to the burnout chapter. pic.twitter.com/BRMgJfb2iD
Seems like @Oracle is doing everything they can to kill off #JavaEE. This will backfire. Every time Oracle will talk about “standards” or try to push their cloud solution, CxOs/developers/architects/decision makers will remember this and run away from them as far as possible. twitter.com/mkarg/status/1…
Don’t tell me that this happens “by accident”… pic.twitter.com/6aKsehigk1
The basic premise of Agile development is that predictability is impossible. Since you can't predict anything reliably, it's better to be adaptable than predictable. Plan accordingly. The desire for predictability is waterfall planning. Ppl don't understand how radical Agile is.
Budgeting is cumbersome, expensive, time-consuming and wasteful... cripples innovation... riddled with gaming-the-system... demoralizing to the participants, inefficient, ineffective, built on fictions, at odds with business agility. forbes.com/sites/steveden…
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…
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