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Charles T. Betz
Digital management analyst, author, and instructor. DevOps lead @ Forrester. Adjunct @ U of St Thomas - MN. Occasional jazz riffs.
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Ben Laurie May 24
I promised a rant about POSIX. Here it is: .
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I love , see this post for some enterprise examples :
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Andrew Hewitt May 24
Awesome report from my colleagues and on ChatOps! Check it out here
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Charles T. Betz 18h
Replying to @lordkatherine
Why thank you!
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Charles T. Betz 21h
Replying to @stat_geek @ryber
Agree that they should have swag for both genders. Not convinced that they didn’t, based on the visual evidence offered. β€œAppropriate” is culturally dependent.
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William McKeon-White May 24
ChatOps is changing the way you work. and I explain how in report "Harness ChatOps To Create Technology-Augmented Teams" -
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Charles T. Betz May 24
Replying to @LunarDude
Gave it up...
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Charles T. Betz May 23
Replying to @CIOPortfolio
It’s a huge question right now...
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Charles T. Betz May 23
Replying to @CIOPortfolio
Context: this diagram is an attempt to answer "yes" to the question "do we still need I&O"?
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Charles T. Betz May 23
Replying to @CIOPortfolio
I would view those as development. Essential to establishing the new baseline.
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Charles T. Betz May 23
Replying to @CIOPortfolio
Baselines also sink deep into the stack and become of less interest to leading edge devs. But patching still needs to happen.
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Charles T. Betz May 23
Replying to @CIOPortfolio
For example, Scrum is not compatible with interrupt-driven work. Ops is unavoidably interrupt-driven. Who attends to that workstream? It's not really about the cadence. It's about two classes of work.
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Charles T. Betz May 23
Replying to @CIOPortfolio
Yes... but without clarity on both concepts, one runs the risk of neglecting the customer. Hearing multiple cases of this with current customer work.
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Charles T. Betz May 23
In a perfect storm of IT operating model advisory and consulting.
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Charles T. Betz May 23
Replying to @SuzMagdalene
I needed to create.
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Charles T. Betz May 23
Replying to @AndiMann @JayneGroll
It and "full stack engineers" need to be relegated to the ash-heap of failed digital memes.
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Charles T. Betz May 23
Replying to @TIWaggoner
Yeah it doesn’t appear to be Mac Air compatible
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Charles T. Betz May 23
Replying to @TIWaggoner
Great idea. I know a couple of these have just come out. 30-40w, right? Still keep the power bar in the kit as it’s essential when outlets are in high demand.
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davemicko May 23
Replying to @CharlesTBetz
This is fantastic. There are a million articles about "best of" travel gadgets and such. Here, in one diagram, you surpass them all. Slow clap, my friend, slow clap.
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Charles T. Betz May 23
Replying to @davemicko
It’s all about how you integrate the pieces... but I hope to move towards simpler solutions over time
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