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James Turnbull Oct 3
"If engineers were paid to document as they are paid to develop, they'd still not document."
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James Turnbull Oct 3
Thank you to everyone who spoke, picked talks, track hosted, helped out, and attended . I am thrilled that folks seem to have liked it. Feedback is always welcomed so let us know what you loved and didn't love.
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James Turnbull Oct 3
I deny that the presence of so many Australians at is the result of a Cabal. There is no Cabal.
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Kris Vincent Sep 12
Had a great time giving my first ever conference talk at . Already looking forward to my next talk at with .
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Ines Sombra Oct 3
“If you build it they won’t come unless you tell them about it”
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Aleissia Laidacker⚡️💛☀️ Oct 3
Yeah! My bestie is killin it at . One day we'll find a way to join our works of MR / Experience Design & Chaos Engineering :p
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Laura Thomson Oct 2
HN: "I could build this in a weekend!" : "But could you operate it for the rest of your life?"
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Seth Vargo Jun 12
Thank you to everyone who came to today’s Integrating and workshop at . There were a ton of great questions and conversations!
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Camille Fournier Oct 3
Next up : talking about communication and managing change
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nigel kersten 20 Oct 17
Slides up for the talk the fab and I did at yesterday!
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Noah Crowley Oct 2
The line for the free SRE Workbook & signing is many times longer than the lone for the bar at
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Bridget Lane Oct 4
Some things I learned from : 1. Put your Twitter handle on ALL of your slides. It makes it so much easier for people to tweet your talk. 2. Leave talk feedback! We want it! 3. Go with intent to network. 4. Don't get sick like 😂
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Arun Gupta Oct 1
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Jason Allen Sep 30
If you couldn’t make it to the West Coast last week for make sure to check out at in NYC. We will be running a chaos bootcamp Mon at 1:30. If you still can’t catch that, be sure to check out keynote Wed.
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Tammy Everts Jun 10
En route to / ! If, like me, you have introvert tendencies, here are some thoughts on how to get the most out of attending conferences without feeling tapped out by the end.
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Simon Lasselsberger Jul 12
I'm super proud to be a speaker at London in November. The talk will cover the evolution of the backend including microservices, databases and other scaling stories. See you there 😃
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Jason Allen Oct 4
Big thanks to for flying straight from giving a keynote at in NYC to Seattle to talk about at
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Laura Thomson Oct 2
This is an amazing opportunity. If you are at and want to talk about come find me! (I don't work there but I am on the board.)
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Kris Nova Oct 1
Hey everyone at in NYC! A handful of us are doing a (vegan/vegetarian friendly) dinner later tonight and will follow up by hitting Flaming Saddles in Hell's Kitchen. Need to get an idea of who is interested so we can pick a time/place. Who is interested in joining?
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Chris Lennon Jun 12
Had an awesome workshop at from on integrating Vault and Kubernetes. Content available on GitHub but I would certainly recommend the in person version. Great 1st run of the workshop!
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