Let’s play “Job Interview.” Ask me the questions you don’t know how to answer when you’re asked, and I’ll step through them. No, not the coding / technical questions; the “where do you see yourself in five years” variety. Hit me!
“Comma comma comma comma comma chameleon” I mutter to myself as I fill out a zoo_animals.csv file by hand in a text editor.
COVID19 has done more to further your company’s digital transformation than the last dozen CIOs.
The greatest myth across the entire industry is that after this sprint we’re all going to start making good technical decisions instead.
Tonight I want to rant a bit about money.
For those who’ve never run a company, it turns out they run on giant burning piles of money. It’s way more expensive to run a small business than I’d have believed before I did it.
Strive mightily to never work for free.
People die of exposure.
Where they go to drown the Google products we love. twitter.com/billbennettnz/status…
Oh no not the worst people on Twitter what would the rest of us doooo twitter.com/ciaspygirl/status/12…
“Ahmee vs. AMI, JSON vs YAML, Serverless vs. Containers, vim vs. Emacs, tabs vs. spaces” No matter where you stand on these issues we can agree on one thing. It’s better to scream at strangers about these things than it is to do our actual jobs.
So let’s talk personal finance; it’s more relevant to most folks today.
I’m not a @FINRA certified financial advisor, but I did work at a roboadvisor for a while. Before that I did (and still do occasionally) moderate Reddit’s /r/personalfinance.
In honor of today’s Leap Day, @office365 will be taking 24 hours of downtime to avoid having to change their name.
I call my staging environment “Theory” on account of how many things work in theory, but not in production.
CloudFront distributions take a while to update, so take advantage of the time you spend waiting to write your doctoral thesis.
There’s only one place to see every resource in your AWS organization, in every region: the AWS bill.
The AWS Console is clearly built by multiple teams, some of which very obviously despise people.
@briankrebs Thanks! Note to self: if I ever turn evil and commit data breach felonies, don’t store the data *checks notes* in my own GitHub account.