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Carsten Feilberg Dec 28
Dear tweeps, If you were ever wanting to send me a hug, now would be a really good time. 💔😢 thanks
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Carsten Feilberg Dec 27
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Carsten Feilberg Dec 26
So very cool to wake up to the news that my student got accepted to a conference! 😊☀️🙌
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Sandy Mamoli Dec 12
“Agile is a shift in mindset; you can’t install a mindset. Agile is inherently personal. There’s no automating an inherently human context. And this is where the big guys are going to mess it up for everyone.” — great article by ’s
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Carsten Feilberg Dec 11
Replying to @shakes_test
(love the gif) I’d say: probably the same amount of time in total. The absence of reds gave the opportunity of more time to check greens. The point is, there’s no relief in duty of keeping eyes open just because there are no reds... 😉
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Carsten Feilberg Dec 11
Replying to @Carsten_F
So there was a few false greens, that led to discovery of a bigger problem which is now being solved. Checking Greens FTW..
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Carsten Feilberg Dec 10
It’s the sweetest kind of shock to arrive at work in the morning and find that all your automation has run flawlessly 7 times each last night. 🤞🏽Here’s to that it’s not all false greens.. 😅
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Carsten Feilberg Dec 3
Replying to @ArHillman
Happy belated birthday
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Carsten Feilberg Dec 1
Back home from 🇿🇦.. Another wonderful time spent there. Hope to see you soon again, 🤗
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Carsten Feilberg Dec 1
We are many...
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Carsten Feilberg Nov 29
Thank you for your support and speaker’s gifts sponsoring for
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Carsten Feilberg Nov 28
Replying to @joshilewis
Some other time.. 😉
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Carsten Feilberg Nov 28
Catching up with friends - both local and from all over the world
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Carsten Feilberg Nov 28
Replying to @johanjonasson
lol
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Carsten Feilberg Nov 28
Replying to @johanjonasson
Cpu consumption matters little most of the time unless the computer becomes unresponsive or annoyingly slow. Until then - who cares? But this is interesting. I’ll think some more about cpu consumption of processes and what you can infer from that.
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Carsten Feilberg Nov 28
Replying to @johanjonasson
In performance investigations, yes. In automation suites in general, I think not. Also, cpu consumption is IME very tricky to deal with. Target platforms have diff num of cores and clock speeds. What if it was 45%? Or 25? What does that really mean? What should it be?
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Carsten Feilberg Nov 28
Replying to @nkelln
most of these are two-sided: They can work towards better software - in whatever terms that is defined locally - or stand in the way as concrete roadblocks. If read without the house-n-foundation relation implied here, it is a nice list of what influences software creation.
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Carsten Feilberg Nov 28
Replying to @nkelln
lol - that nearly became “improvement over tears”...
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Carsten Feilberg Nov 28
Replying to @nkelln
The good thing about standards is that there are so many to choose from. But does abiding to a standard include a promise of improvement over years, or does it really mean staying the same? 🤔
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Carsten Feilberg Nov 28
Replying to @johanjonasson
That’s an interesting inference... I wonder how many automation suites actually check for cpu consumption under various states of function execution.
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