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Jon Hall
Principal Product Manager at BMC. Exploring evolving service and the intersection of DevOps & ITSM in transforming enterprises. Coast obsessive. Personal views.
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Jon Hall 2m
45 minute lunchtime ride from my front door, including about 5 mile of glorious dry singletrack. Once out of the town, saw exactly zero people. Outside is free, folks.
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Jon Hall 2h
Replying to @HarvardBiz
Meanwhile in the real world of full-time jobs with long hours, in which people have families and commutes...
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Jon Hall 5h
Replying to @matt_L
(*checks bank account on day before payday*) No, no I can't. :)
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Jon Hall 22h
Nice to get a callout in 's DevOps Enterprise Review, earlier this month!
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Jon Hall May 22
Replying to @ste5eu
Apparently it uses AI to stitch multiple shots. Extremely impressive the way it's taken the iso noise out of the low light shot.
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Jon Hall May 21
Replying to @JonHall_
By the way, how about those Google Pixel 3 night shots, eh? Blimey.
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Jon Hall May 21
Nice way to end a long day of planes, trains, grumpy taxi drivers, and work.
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Jon Hall May 21
Does "sod off" count as a reply, though?
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Jon Hall May 21
Replying to @dwellington
Heh, KLM did exactly the same to me at London City last night.
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Jon Hall May 20
As a Brit it's pleasantly weird flying between two Schengen airports. I keep getting ready to reach for my passport and then suddenly I'm outside
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Jon Hall May 20
I don't know the facts here, but one reason for situations like this can be the OEM agreement coming up for renewal. The third party can be in a much stronger position than in the initial negotiations because, well, it's *in* there so whatcha gonna do?
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Jon Hall May 20
One of those "I'm at Schiphol at 5am" kind of mornings. Next stop Prague and a visit to some very valued customers
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Jon Hall May 20
Replying to @archaeogeek
It's not uncommon for a licensed software vendor to have an incentive to encourage customers off old versions because of historical bundled software that still carries royalty payments. I've never seen that "encouragement" done quite so bluntly before.
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Jon Hall May 20
Replying to @archaeogeek
HT for the link
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Jon Hall May 20
Replying to @archaeogeek
Interestingly, it appears from that that it's the underlying agreements with providers of bundled third party components that are the problem. Complex stuff.
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Jon Hall May 20
I haven't posted as much about Software Asset Management lately but maybe I should. This is quite a story. And a warning about the complexity of many modern proprietary products and their underlying third party license agreements.
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Jon Hall May 20
Replying to @JonHall_
Maybe 200 yards further on, the area around Oriental Road after 1941...
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Jon Hall May 20
Replying to @JonHall_
By a sheer fluke, they just got missed altogether
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Jon Hall May 20
I'm endlessly fascinated by this handful of streets next to London City Airport that appear to have survived the Blitz intact (unlike pretty much everything else around Silvertown docks)
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Jon Hall May 20
Replying to @jpmorgenthal
YOU HAVE MY CAT.
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