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Daniel Bryant
Tech Consultant, Product Architect at & News Manager at . Enjoys biz/dev/ops, cloud, containers, Java, traveling, reading, running & learning.
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InfoQ 12h
DevOps and Cloud InfoQ Trends Report - February 2019 by , , ,
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Emily Nakashima Feb 20
One of my favorite values is, "Feedback is a gift." And like actual gifts, feedback doesn't need to be big or complex to be meaningful. A lot of the most valuable feedback in my career has been a single sentence.
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Daniel Bryant 13h
Excellent piece from , providing a recap of this new GitHub functionality, and also summarising some community thoughts, existing solutions and alternatives -> " Draft Pull Requests Enable New Collaboration Workflows"
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Daniel Bryant 16h
Fascinating insight into mobile testing challenges (and demands placed on testers) from this with Nadya Denisenko and -> "How to Avoid Failing at Mobile Test Automation"
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Daniel Bryant Feb 20
Thanks ! I enjoyed 's talk a lot, and we'll get to see a new iteration of it at the upcoming too 😀
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Daniel Bryant Feb 20
My latest piece -> "Using ’s Kubernetes cert-manager to Automatically Renew TLS Certificates in the API gateway" Your one-stop guide to all things and TLS certificate related (maybe... :-) )
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Dan North Feb 20
Extremely chuffed to have such a stellar lineup for my “Don’t Mess Up the Culture” track for in a couple of weeks. , , , (fake agilist™), . See you there!
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Daniel Bryant Feb 20
The latest edition of the Architects' Newsletter will be out later this week, but in the meantime you can find all of the previous editions here -> We're always keen to hear feedback on the value of these newsletters too!
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Richard Seroter Feb 19
For many people, it's not easy to give or receive feedback. I like this engaging talk from that offers some practical advice ...
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Ambassador API Gateway Feb 19
Envoy and the Programmable Edge: Edge Proxies and the Developer Experience by
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Daniel Bryant Feb 19
I almost missed this blog post announcing 1.4 -> "Multi-Cluster Service Routing, DNS Authorization, IPVLAN support, Transparent Encryption, Flannel Integration, Benchmarking other CNIs" Worth reading If you're interested service meshes!
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Ambassador API Gateway Feb 19
Building a Edge (Ingress) Control Plane for v2 - by and
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Daniel Bryant Feb 19
Replying to @nora_js
All the best Nora! We all look forward to hearing about your next move -- do I sense a startup in the works? 😀
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Daniel Bryant Feb 18
Hi, we're planning on assembling a second edition of our service mesh emag at , and I wanted to ask if you would be interested in contributing an article? Here was the v1 edition ->
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Daniel Bryant Feb 18
Replying to @luke_demi_ @InfoQ
Apologies again for any hurt caused -- this was definitely not our intention, and we take this feedback as an opportunity to learn and improve.
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Daniel Bryant Feb 18
Replying to @luke_demi_ @InfoQ
We're still very keen to highlight/share your work, and so is there any way in which you would like us to change this piece, or add extra content to it? I'm happy to chat here, or via DM or email daniel.bryant [at]
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Daniel Bryant Feb 18
Replying to @luke_demi_ @InfoQ
Hi Luke, I'm Daniel Bryant, news manager at InfoQ, and would like to apologise for this. Our intention is not to rewrite/copy articles, but rather to raise awareness, summarise and add value around content we feel would benefit from more attention, but we've fallen short here
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Daniel Bryant Feb 18
This is great to see -> " Announces Sponsorship of to Further its Commitment to a Free and Open Internet" Thanks to Charles Beadnall, and for the great Q&A on !
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Daniel Bryant Feb 18
As a shameless plug, I've just noticed that the book and I wrote "Continuous Delivery in Java" is now reduced in price on (£28.99 as of this morning) ->
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Daniel Bryant Feb 18
Many thanks to for this very interesting new article on -> "Tap Compare Testing with Diferencia and Java Microservices" If you are using contract testing (Pact, Spring Cloud Contract etc), then this could be a nice complement
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