You’ve hired new employees into your organization, and they’re starting as Site Reliability Engineers. Now you have to train them on the job. Investing up front in the education and technical orientation of new SREs will shape them into better engineers.
We had a problem at my company a couple of years ago. We were writing code, only to throw it over the fence to our infrastructure team to support in production. As a result the disconnect between the developers writing the code and the actual shipped product was becoming more pronounced.
There are advantages to being smart. People who do well on standardized tests of intelligence—IQ tests—tend to be more successful in the classroom and the workplace.
The new CEO of Intel, Pat Gelsinger, has today outlined his vision for Intel over the coming years.
There’s no shortage of posts like “Let’s use Kubernetes!” Now you have 8 problems, or Do I Really Need Kubernetes?, which tend to argue that unless you’re orchestrating 1000 containers, you’re good without Kubernetes. Also, I thought this tweet was hilarious:
On March 8, we shared that, out of an abundance of caution, we logged all users out of GitHub.com due to a rare security vulnerability. We believe that transparency is key in earning and keeping the trust of our users and want to share more about this bug.
Professor Steve Benton was a pioneer in the field of holography, the founding head of the MIT Media Lab Spatial Imaging Group, and the inventor of the rainbow hologram found on most credit cards. Here is his definition of what a hologram is:
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