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Sarah Wells
Technical Director for Operations and Reliability at the Financial Times. Microservices, devops, observability, board games, cheese, music and walking
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Alex von Tunzelmann Jun 25
Just be grateful that you’re not the Conservative staffer who’s going to have to spend all afternoon making hand-painted buses out of wine boxes so there are some to show to the media.
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Lewis Goodall Jun 24
Imagine a working class politician. The police are called to the home of his girlfriend where he’s living after reports of an altercation. He refuses to discuss it. Or how many kids he has. What do we think the papers/middle classes/Conservative society would think of that man?
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Sarah Wells Jun 24
Interesting and exciting stuff going on around content creation at the FT.
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Anna Shipman Jun 21
I wasn't sure how to delegate to a team of people (rather than just one). We made some changes in our team to make that work better, and I've written them up:
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Life at FT Jun 20
A huge thank you to from for coming in and giving a talk to our teams today on 'Tackling content debt in documentation' 🙌
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James Melville Jun 20
Britain is a country where a new Prime Minister will be chosen by 0.3% of the electorate, to form a government that doesn’t have a majority, in a party that is at 20% in the polls, to try and deliver something that the majority of the country does not want.
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Pierre Prinetti Jun 21
A great post on how to organise work in software development, factoring in cognitive load. Packed with good references! by
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Sarah Wells Jun 21
Replying to @stephsheeh4n
Thank you for inviting me, great conference, really enjoyed it!
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Sponge Bob Test Pants Jun 20
Replying to @nicolefv @t00cool and 3 others
If you'd ever like to see Ireland, we'd love to have you over next year 😀
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Sarah Wells Jun 20
A great welcome at , thank you - and my slides are here:
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Ben Linders Jun 20
In her talk mentioned the book Accelerate. Highly recommend it
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Mags Jun 20
Delivery lead time, deployment frequency, time to restore service, change fail rate - key measures of high performing organisations - from Accelerate - referenced by
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Mags Jun 20
It's not an experiment unless you have a hypothesis and it can fail ... at
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Life at FT Jun 19
We're looking for a Senior Risk Analyst, based in London, to join our Cyber Security team. Want to work on security analysis and building resilience on a global scale? Apply today >>
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Sam Newman Jun 18
Nice write up of Square’s migration to an in-house envoy mesh, via
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Raphael Hogarth Jun 14
I made this table on the remaining Tory leadership contenders and tbh I think it's all you need to know.
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Stephanie Winn 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 13
Doing some research for a blog post. If you are a developer and identify as female or non-binary have you ever been told you're not technical enough? Please help me grow the reach of this tweet 💖
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Liz Rice Jun 13
🇺🇸US friends, get yourself a account if you can! Super good UX in all sorts of ways, and if you travel abroad I doubt you'll find cheaper transactions 💵
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Sarah Wells Jun 13
Yes! Read this before my first ever talk. Used the banana mantra, repeated it to myself just beforehand... it’s a great blogpost
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Aaron Randall Jun 13
New to people management? & I wrote a few words of advice for first-time managers: This is the first post on our new Humans+Tech blog, it's the result of about 5 years worth of coffee & chats... second post expected in 2025.
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