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Real World DevOps | Jeff Geerling

via Real World DevOps | Jeff Geerling you should spend more time thinking about real world DevOps tools: better process, better communication, and better relationships. A great talk by Jeff about Real World DevOps. Advertisements

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​Mark Shuttleworth reveals Ubuntu 18.04 will get a 10-year support lifespan | ZDNet

“I’m delighted to announce that Ubuntu 18.04 will be supported for a full 10 years,” said Shuttleworth, “In part because of the very long time horizons in some of industries like financial services and telecommunications but also from IoT where … Continue reading

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Yak shaving series #2: A tale of 12 errors – Gruntwork & Terraform

At Gruntwork, we make heavy use of Terraform to define and manage our infrastructure as code. For the most part, we love Terraform—we even wrote a whole blog post series and book about it! But sometimes, it becomes painfully obvious … Continue reading

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Experience is a candle | CommitStrip

via Experience is a candle | CommitStrip   This is soo true.

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The Marketing Ivory Tower Trap cartoon | Marketoonist | Tom Fishburne

As marketers, it’s easy to lose touch with what consumers and customers actually experience with our brands. In the bubble of our marketing offices, writing strategy decks and brand architecture documents, we sometimes over-inflate the role our brands play in … Continue reading

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Microsoft working on Sysinternals for Linux – MSPoweruser

Windows Subsystem for Linux is one of Microsoft’s success stories and has allowed developers to complete tasks using their Linux tools as easily from Windows as from a Linux desktop. Microsoft is, however, also looking to make it easy for … Continue reading

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Single-tasking: A neuroscientist’s guide to doing one thing at a time

Single-tasking: Why doing one thing at a time is the secret to higher productivity, lower stress, and more happiness Not only is multitasking more stressful and less productive than single-tasking, but technically it’s not even possible. What feels like doing multiple tasks at a … Continue reading

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Reactions to the IBM-Red Hat Buyout – DZone Cloud

Reactions to the IBM-Red Hat Buyout IBM has a balancing act to pull off. Let’s see what it will take to make waves in the cloud space while retaining Red Hat’s open-source-minded employees. Yup, best of luck to the Red … Continue reading

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I, Cringely Red Hat takes over IBM – I, Cringely

via I, Cringely Red Hat takes over IBM – I, Cringely Interesting take on the deal.  The comments are good reading too…

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How to Be a 20x Engineer (Instead of a 10x Engineer) – DZone Agile

Going from a standard engineer to a 10x engineer is good, but elevating your own enigineering soft skills is what will take you to the next level. via How to Be a 20x Engineer (Instead of a 10x Engineer) – … Continue reading

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