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James Watters Apr 5
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James Watters Apr 5
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Jordi Mas Apr 6
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Data to understand users behavior -> machine learning driven products
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James Watters Apr 6
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seems to be happening for sure -- counting on for her expertise on that change ...
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Manasi Vartak Apr 6
100%! + continuous optimization that’s enabled by ML
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James Watters Apr 6
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soon your team's work will make the slide :)
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Alexis Richardson Apr 7
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alternatively, batch is very slow streaming
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James Watters Apr 7
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It’s the cultural assumptions that I find most interesting as you go left —> right...
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Alexis Richardson Apr 7
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nobody got fired for making cultural assumptions 🤪
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Jonathan Vila Apr 6
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I disagree with JavaEE as it's not dead at all and it's growing, and also with Itil that was a broader concept than simpli Ci/cd
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Alex Soto Apr 6
Replying to @vilojona @wattersjames
In fact Java EE -> Microprofile + Jakarta -> quarkus
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Tiffany Lancaster Apr 6
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The ITIL and CI/CD line doesn’t make sense to me. Automation makes all things possible. You can build, deploy, deliver all day in a pipeline that is compliant with an org’s chg management process. ITIL doesn’t say no CI/CD. Org culture might, but thats a different discussion.
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Brock Mills Apr 6
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You left out “problems” -> “problems” 🙃
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Siddharth Shishulkar Apr 6
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Bugs -> Features
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David Bottiau Apr 5
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I agree on this except for the last two changes. You have to consider language/framework agnostic platform, meaning the best tool for the right job.
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Donald Kariro Apr 6
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I find the notion of Springboot being the new JavaEE as clear misinformation, false and misleading. It's a mere marketing gimmick for SpringB that doesn't hold water. JavaEE is a different technology of it's own, that competes with SpringB and has evolved on it's own quite well!
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Richard Vowles Apr 6
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Spring boot should be on the left.
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Damilare Apr 7
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Amazing
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Karthik Ranganathan Jul 1
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Oracle --> distributed SQL ;)
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