My fav Christmas Ad so far… 🙂 via Märklin – Connecting Generations – YouTube Advertisements
You’re looking at a one-of-a-kind opportunity to own a piece of computer game history: my archives of LSL1: Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards. When I finished creating Larry 1, I thought I should keep a clean … Continue reading
Digital transformation?! Your boss’s PowerPoint New Year resolution, deconstructed Hey, it’s the new year. Time to let those annual planning slides shimmy over you, washing away the dangling tickets of last year like a purifying clean install. Somewhere amid pictures … Continue reading
SwiftOnSecurity on Twitter: Corporate purchasing and policies make funding open source Literally Impossible.
Corporate purchasing and policies make funding open source Literally Impossible. Nothing’s going to change until you make them pay you. Someone filed a bug? Support contract. Someone wants a feature? Support contract. It’s literally easier to pay you $1500/yr than … Continue reading
A concise masterclass on how to write infrastructure code via 5 Lessons Learned From Writing Over 300,000 Lines of Infrastructure Code OMG, every manager and designer should read this. It is soo true.
Some notes about HTTP/3 HTTP/3 is going to be standardized. As an old protocol guy, I thought I’d write up some comments. via Errata Security: Some notes about HTTP/3 A great write up about HTTP/3 and QUIC.
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.
“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
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