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Michael D. Elder
IBM Distinguished Engineer, IBM Cloud Private & Kubernetes @ IBM
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Suzanne May 17
The typical American prepared meal contains food items from at least five countries, not including the United States.
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Kubernetes May 15
➡️ learn more about the Current State of Policy in , w/ insight from & Yisui Hu, here:
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Michael D. Elder May 9
I'll be in the partner theater this morning at 10am talking about and -- come with your questions!
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Dan Kirsch May 8
What does partnership mean for clients? - Complete IBM Middleware and offerings can run wherever runs. That means across both as well as other public clouds MyPOV: will help clients gain portability
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Torsten Volk May 8
Very cool demo on stage —> deploy IBM MQ in the service catalog and it immediately appears in the OpenShift Container Platform.
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Torsten Volk May 8
Wow effect at : deploy Tone Analyzer to I’m still wowing when I think about the implications :-). take coming
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Torsten Volk May 8
“All of our software runs in containers, and now it all runs on RHEL and ” Aravind Krishna
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Erin Collier May 8
IBM and Red Hat share three common beliefs.
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Sree Ratnasinghe May 8
live demo! stock trader app on running on redhat at
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Steven Dickens May 8
Great demo and exciting to see this on
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Red Hat, Inc. May 8
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Bob Lord May 8
Excited about our and partnership
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Michael D. Elder May 8
Looking forward to a fun time demo'ing IBM Cloud Private on Red Hat OpenShift today at the keynote! Watch it live:
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Michael D. Elder May 7
Good morning San Francisco! Thank you for bringing sunshine today!
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Michael D. Elder May 4
Replying to @EricMinick
That’s a role that has really empowered you to help others adopt and apply new technologies through evangelization and teaching.
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Michael D. Elder May 4
Replying to @fuzzyegg
I appreciate that it was about the people for you. For me that’s one of the most satisfying parts of the job is who you get to work with and learn from on a daily basis.
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Michael D. Elder May 4
Replying to @muradkorejo
As quickly as things move it’s no surprise. I like Safari Online Books and Pluralsight.
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Michael D. Elder May 4
Replying to @scottheaberlin
Mentors really are key. Probably as much in all industries but definitely critical in the software industry.
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Michael D. Elder May 3
Passport security asked me how I got into my industry. I told him I went to school to learn how to write code and then I taught myself how to ship product. How’d you get into the software industry?
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Zhipeng Huang May 3
2nd lightning talk in policy wg deep dive up by on kube-arbitrator
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