Largile, living with nudists, containers, & jobs - Coté Memo #21
It's turkey time! In the US at least. There's a few pieces of my content below and some links. I'm hoping to just have two more trips this year, but we'll see what Q4 demands have.
I'll be at the Gartner AS&S conference in December. Come on by the Pivotal booth to say hi if you're there. One of our customers, from Home Depot, is speaking as well. It should be a good talk.
Put down the org chart, snowflake: Why largile's for management crybabies — www.theregister.co.uk My ElReg column for this month, on scaling up agile: There's a stink growing out there in agile land: a debate over how to scale up agile in large organisations. Should we put frameworks like SAFe or the most awesomely named DAD in place to scale it? How about LeSS?
Matt Ray was out for last week's episode, so Brandon interviewed me about my career. Of course, talking about myself was super fun. We'll have to get to part two sometimes. No show during turkey week.
We talk containers with Pivotal's Onsi Fakhouri and James Bayer. It's a good overview of Pivotal's take and position on containers.
In this episode, I talk about organization and processes changes needed for being "cloud native." It's a discussion of some of the sections in that big old PDF I'm almost done finishing.
The Container Landscape, choosing what to do now — cote.io A round-up of all sorts of container stacks, and some advice on what to do: Therefore, the key lessons learned from this event (from developer’s perspective): Do not focus on developing code for the container under the hood. Care instead about the business logic. Implement your microservices in a vendor agnostic way. Do not make … Continue reading The Container Landscape, choosing what to do now
Who’ll pay to “fix” trade, jobs, and wages? — cote.io “If he institutes a 35-percent penal tariff on every export from China, then most of what you buy at Walmart is 35 percent more expensive,” said Roger Entner, a wireless analyst at Recon Analytics. The intention of plans like this is always to re-build the entire system and structure. That takes a long time, one … Continue reading Who’ll pay to “fix” trade, jobs, and wages?
A weird little story from Sterling.