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James Governor's Monkchips

An industry analyst blog looking at software ecosystems and convergence

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Microsoft Connect: On diversity of platforms, code and humans

Fri, 25 Nov 2016 17:05:48 +0000

While it would be a stretch to say Microsoft had adopted the Unix Philosophy, the framing on display last week at it’s Connect(); // 2016 event in New York City was undeniable: the company is strongly embracing modern distributed, multi-platform development and deployment pipelines. Back in the bad old days of monoculture or mass hysteria

when going on holiday is marketing. on Splunk, IoT, transport data and out of office replies

Mon, 08 Aug 2016 12:21:02 +0000

&nspb I sent an email to Matt Davies, EMEA Head of Marketing for Splunk, this morning and got this fantastic auto-reply. If you’re going on holiday or on a business trip then a) have a great time and b) think about your journey and how you’re interacting with machine data – it really is a

IoT ops for humans. making things operable. go to this.

Wed, 27 Jul 2016 16:52:47 +0000

  Operability 2015 was the best DevOps conference I have ever been to. Perhaps the best tech conference full stop, and i only made it for one day out of two. Operability was great because it wasn’t about tech, exactly, but rather all the human aspects of how and why we keep systems running in