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Simon Wardley #EEA
I like ducks, they're fowl but not through choice. Corporate cartographer, chaotic evil, destroyer of undeserved value. RT ≠ +1
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Simon Wardley #EEA 6h
Replying to @swardley
There are also sponsorship tickets left, if a company wants to bring people to the event. If those don't get sold then we will make the tickets available and we're looking into options to expand the event.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 6h
Just noticed, the standard tickets for Map Camp have now sold out. There are supporter tickets and diversity tickets left - - Map Camp, 15th October, London.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 6h
Replying to @cory_foy
Thank you. Cloud was "of the moment", there are larger issues at play hence my focus on situational awareness.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 7h
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Ok, so given it's "vague" then let's try to ask this in a more "concrete" way then. If the Conservatives win the next general election, then in your opinion, which area would lose most over time?
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Forrest Brazeal 11h
I have no regrets. The Serverless vs Containers Rap Battle:
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Simon Wardley #EEA 11h
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X : This is false choice, vague nonsense on a statement that is not true. Me : Vague? You haven't heard of compassionate Conservatism before? Anyway, what did happen to it -
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Simon Wardley #EEA 11h
Replying to @rs_fullerton
That's a perfectly reasonable point ... there's nothing wrong with spending on commodity components, if that's what is being done.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 12h
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So, let's ask this in a different way. Each election, Conservatives rush out a set of voter friendly policies whilst declaring a new type of more caring Conservative. This is rapidly followed by an old type of Conservative should they win. Will this election be any different?
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Simon Wardley #EEA 12h
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X : The Conservatives are not privatising the NHS. Me : Gosh, we could go on for hours about patient budgets ACOs - etc. But let's just stick with the numbers - Private firms given £9.2bn of NHS budget -
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Simon Wardley #EEA 12h
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... it'll take a decade or more to undo the damage done which is considerable across society -
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Simon Wardley #EEA 12h
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X : The Conservatives have announced record investment in police. Me : After spending a decade cutting police numbers by 21,500 - - you can't just add 20,000 officers. The problem is the infrastructure -
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Simon Wardley #EEA 12h
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X : Labour uses spin just as much as the Conservatives. Me : A fair shout for the old Campbell / Blair days but those days are behind us. Anyway. let us talk "NHS new money" -
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Simon Wardley #EEA 12h
Thanks for the shout-out . You wouldn't have know this but is aware of my stuff and so is ... we've known each other for years.
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Nick Drage 14h
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Zero paid promotions so far; I couldn't help but imagine... "X: What do I do about this itchy flaky scalp? Me: Have you tried new formula Head and Shoulders? Move dandruff back into the concept column with..." And yeah, don't play games... but you do run Werewolf rather well ;)
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Simon Wardley #EEA 12h
Replying to @SonOfSunTzu
I enjoy Werewolf!
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Simon Clifford 12h
20 years ago I worked at out of this office, helping enterprise customers embrace cloud in the boom. So much has changed & so much has stayed the same. The same the new & mapping
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Simon Wardley #EEA 16h
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X : Isn't that the EU? Me : A multi nation sovereign fund that invests in key strategic & common areas on behalf of its members and that recommends harmonisation of necessary regulation through mutual co-operation without ambitions of being a political state itself?
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Simon Wardley #EEA 16h
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i.e. some form of multi sovereign fund, a wealth fund between multiple nations. It could also help harmonise any necessary regulation between the regions for such a utility i.e. let's not try to have different plugs / electricity standards this time.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 17h
Radical approach but care is needed not to impact the benefits Amazon brings i.e. increased industrialisation. An alternative might be a JV between multiple Govs to build a controlling stake in Amazon. Not to interfere with operation but for future security and investment ->
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Simon Wardley #EEA 19h
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Anyway ... quick break from reading on culture to celebrate my new found freedom from "cloud" - - a cup of tea is in order.
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