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QCon San Francisco Feb 14
. explores how is what Charles Duhigg calls a "keystone habit". He tries to demystify what empathy is and gives simple tools to enhance its practice.
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QCon San Francisco 12h
. and Carlos Amedee explore topics from booting clusters to running complex workloads as a list of 10 items. This session covers tips and hints ranging from bootstrapping clusters to managing custom workloads, and more.
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QCon Feb 12
. talks about type systems in , Flow, and that can improve confidence and help ship less bugs to production every day. Get a practical look at what the benefits are from embracing types.
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QCon Feb 16
. covers basic principles of observing systems, controller design, and PID controllers. Also dives into container scaling controllers, using both first principles and proven designs from and Mesos.
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Paul Tevis Feb 14
I was honored to be able to speak at about last fall, and I'm excited the video has been released. Come for the pictures of otters, stay for the advice about how to be a better human.
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QCon Feb 11
. shares the story of going from "mouse addict" to "Atom whiz” and dives into researched-backed psychological tips on how to incrementally refactor habits.
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QCon San Francisco Feb 13
Cameron Jacoby shares her experience of dropping the work-life balancing act and replacing it with a framework for figuring out what works and more importantly, what doesn't. Watch the talk on :
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QCon Feb 18
Wide-ranging panel discussion on / systems that interact with the physical world, with particular emphasis on data flow, control, and . &
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QCon Feb 15
. discusses the benefits of using to inject failures in order to make our infrastructure more reliable. Watch the talk on :
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QCon Feb 10
. gives practical guidance on using to model business-driven solutions that result in that is fluent, type-safe, and with core properties.
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