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Gene Kim
DevOps enthusiast. Coauthor: DevOps Handbook, The Phoenix Project & Accelerate. Tripwire founder, IT Ops/Security Researcher, Theory of Constraints Jonah.
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Josh Corman ♘ May 23
I may have missed the twitter sphere infused commentary on this… been swamped with work. How did we all react?
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Sophie Kolbe May 23
Oh my god! My Bioinformatics degree finally pays off! explains functional aspects of kubernetes at using dna sequencing algorithms as introduction. So awesome! I am hyperventilating...
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jessie frazelle 👩🏼‍🚀 May 23
One thing that seems to have gotten hidden from the GitHub announcements is actually THE MOST VALUABLE feature for open source maintainers: The ability to have private discussions and code review about security vulnerabilities WITHIN your repo.
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Stephen Wolfram May 21
Opening a new chapter for the Wolfram Language: releasing today the Free Wolfram Engine for Developers
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Gene Kim May 23
Wow. This is an utterly astonishing article by the famous , about his leadership style being a remote “very hands-on CEO” for 28 years, but also his work habits, travel checklists, computer gear, decades of daily work telemetry… Incredible on so many levels!
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Gene Kim May 22
I'm loving reading these mini-lectures on monoids, applicative functors, monads, etc from . After writing nearly ten thousand lines of Clojure, these patterns now almost make sense--patterns to preserve simplicity/sanity What is a functor?
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Gene Kim May 22
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Christian Posta May 22
Replying to @samnewman
Yah, so we have to be careful, as you pointed out on this thread, about how we talk about that. I've been warning against this for about two years now as service mesh follows a similar pattern for enterprise adopters (see )
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Joseph Menn May 18
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Mike Fikes May 19
Replete macOS ClojureScript REPL for your Mac Expertly crafted by Download on the Mac App Store
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Lynn Langit May 19
So interesting - #1 is Kubernetes #2 is Apache Spark & #3 is VS Code
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Systemantics Quotes May 19
ANY LARGE SYSTEM IS GOING TO BE OPERATING MOST OF THE TIME IN FAILURE MODE.
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John Cutler May 19
“Our secret weapon is that we attract super talented developers to do unsexy work. In SF it would be considering boring. We don’t adopt new things just to keep developers ‘engaged’. We write as little new code as possible. But the work has impact, and that is what matters...”
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Brice Morin May 18
Finally found the time to play with . The Java code we generate from ThingML seems quite competitive against Go when Graal compiles this Java code to a native app. And it is quite faster than the same Java code on the JVM. Well done GraalVM!
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Brandon Olin May 19
I spoke about infrastructure testing with Pester at a few weeks ago. Check out the video!
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Vala Afshar May 19
This is what happens when you sleep
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Martin Fowler May 18
My defn "a change made to the internal structure of software to make it easier to understand and cheaper to modify…" - which is "improve". But note that this definition is based on the intention of the actor.
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Val Waeselynck May 18
Finally took the time to klipsify Supdate, a library for straightforward transformation of nested data structures. Check out the interactive docs, made with 's Klipse :
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John Cutler May 18
So excited to see this come to fruition. I’ve found myself referencing the early talks often. To see it all encapsulated in a book is amazing. Great work and !
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