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Matt Asay
I work for but blame me for my tweets. Last name pronounced "Ay-see." Arsenal apologist. Regularly write for InfoWorld/TechRepublic.
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Matt Asay 21h
is trying to make you call him :-)
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Matt Asay 22h
Replying to @monkchips @QuinnyPig
I think you meant oat milk
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Matt Asay 22h
Great post from on why cloud migrations can fail. I find the “asteroid farmers” particularly interesting
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Matt Asay 23h
Replying to @mathewlodge
Yep. Just submitted the post and that was tops on my list. So impressive and so free
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Matt Asay 24h
I’m a wanderer, but where
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Matt Asay Feb 26
All good points. I guess everything there has a data play. But it's still so magical to me.
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Matt Asay Feb 26
In case you, like I, don't want every second of Twitter consumed with angry political ranting, has some great thoughts on "Surviving 2020 on Twitter"
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Matt Asay Feb 26
Replying to @thebeebs
I hadn't thought about that but really good point.
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Matt Asay Feb 26
Been thinking about Christina's comment and about the profits from vendors' "other businesses" that pay for magic. Eg Go👇🏼 or Google Maps (does it make $ or does Google's ad biz fund it?). What's the equivalent for Microsoft? What unprofitable magic is paid for with Office $$?
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Matt Asay Feb 26
Cool job 👇🏼
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Matt Asay Feb 26
Replying to @richardfontana @rbowen
Hahahaha. That's true. I wasn't really trying to do that but I definitely did it. I like present me more, too. 😇
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Matt Asay Feb 25
Great. Now oats are following me everywhere on the internet
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Matt Asay Feb 25
Replying to @_msw_ @kukkaide
I'm going to unfollow you just to get it to 4999
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Matt Asay Feb 25
yes. And then please put it into a few charts I can blog ;-)
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Matt Asay Feb 25
A metalhead can't admit such things out loud. Next you're going to be saying you always have steamed milk and honey before bed. (DO NOT ADMIT THIS EVEN IF TRUE.)
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Matt Asay Feb 25
From 's new survey, the 4th most cited benefit of open source (up from 8th most cited last year) is the rising importance of the cloud to open source, and open source to the cloud
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Matt Asay Feb 25
ARE YOU IN FACT SLEEP-TWEETING????
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Matt Asay Feb 25
I think it's time for the UK to go to sleep. RIGHT NOW
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Matt Asay Feb 25
Replying to @monkchips @amye
Actually, I do like oatmeal raisin cookies. Somehow. I don't know why that's a thing but it's a good thing
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Matt Asay Feb 25
Replying to @amye @monkchips
Please also bring some whole milk not made with OATS
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