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Nicholas Chase
Head of Technical and Marketing Content, Mirantis, Editor-In-Chief, Open Cloud Digest, recovering engineer, Author, "Machine Learning for Mere Mortals"
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Ranjith May 17
All the more the reason to treat configuration as code and first class artifacts
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Nicholas Chase May 16
Henry Kissinger argues that A.I. could mean the end of human history.
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Nicholas Chase May 5
Replying to @TheBradSherwood
So sorry Brad, Our hearts go out to you.
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Nicholas Chase May 3
. How about a tribute to Elisabeth Sladen's with the June 11 showing of : Genesis of the Daleks?
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Colin Mochrie Apr 29
So, as I understand it, you love when someone tells it like it is, if they are a white, rich, male, Republican , but not if they are a female person of color comedian. Then political correctness is justified. OK....just writing this down...
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Nicholas Chase Apr 30
So happy that my course is the Deal of the Day!
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Nicholas Chase Apr 26
Oh hell yeah. I spent many years as a "cowboy coder".
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Nicholas Chase Apr 26
Replying to @MirantisIT
And of course the project was about 4 years old at that point, so there was no thought of just doing it again. Fortunately the jars were on the production server, so I basically wound up using them as libraries and building new code on top.
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Nicholas Chase Apr 26
Replying to @MirantisIT
The worst goof I ever made wasn't so much the deployment itself, but the fact that I didn't have backups or source control for the source of a Java project I was the only programmer on. You can guess what happened...
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Nicholas Chase Apr 26
Replying to @MirantisIT
A full head, but a good bit of it is gray. :)
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Nicholas Chase Apr 26
Replying to @NickChase
Of course that was a looooooong time ago, especially in Internet time (the early 1990's). So I am not TOO ashamed of it. :)
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Nicholas Chase Apr 26
I used to think I couldn't do continuous delivery, but then I realize that my first professional programming job, we kind of did it by default -- by building and testing on production.
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Nicholas Chase Apr 26
Yes, looking forward to it!
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Nicholas Chase Apr 26
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Nicholas Chase Apr 26
I'd like to hear more on that.
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Nicholas Chase Apr 26
Replying to @MirantisIT
I think a lot of developers are hesitant to try and wade into that stream and would rather throw it over the wall. I know that I used to.
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Nicholas Chase Apr 26
That's true. Man, if I'd set up an Advanced Persistent Attack and it just got wiped away, I'd be pretty ticked. :)
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Manning Publications Apr 21
If you want to learn , but don't know where to start, you need to check out Machine Learning for Mere Mortals.
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Nicholas Chase Apr 10
Finally got a good description on how to deploy
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Nicholas Chase Apr 5
Should we abandon the trolley problem as an analog for autonomous vehicles?
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