recentpopularlog in

jonerp : interviews   22

Cloud Native Challenges and Opportunities with Continuous Delivery
"They focused too much on developers. They chose a model that would release every two weeks, however they didn’t make changes to the operations model. They didn’t change their release engineering process. Ops teams that were used to changes twice a year, we’re now being told they had to ship software every two weeks. That’s a pretty radical change in process and philosophy."
ci  cd  cloud  native  technology  interviews  the  new  stack  makers  video 
november 2018 by jonerp
Build DevOps Teams, Start Your Digital Transformation
"Within the team structures, relegating tasks in ways that better make use of team members’ experience is beneficial, PagerDuty’s Stratton said. Traditionally, for example, senior developers and engineers have often been in charge of developing new software features while the junior staff has been tasked with bug fixes. However, it is the senior team members who likely have the experience to better understand the entire system that fixes often require. “Maybe as a senior engineer it is not as interesting to troubleshoot,” Stratton said. “But having experience gives you that understanding of how the system is built.”
events  interviews  podcast  sponsored  top  stories  development  devops  the  new  stack  makers 
september 2018 by jonerp
PagerDuty CEO: DevOps Success Relies on Teams, Empathy, and Inclusion
"“There is often chaos before there is order,” she acknowledged. The way people are working is changing. The workforce is distributed and needs to collaborate and work well together because minutes and seconds count. Real-time operations are about technology, she said, but it’s more about helping people get the most out of the time and investment and tools they have to get the best outcome for their customers and their businesses."
events  interviews  podcast  top  stories  the  new  stack  makers 
september 2018 by jonerp
How GE Digital Tackled the Stateful / Stateless Problem for Industrial IoT
"As engineers (including those at the IETF) have come to realize, persistent data will always be a necessary resource for both server-side applications and client-side apps. And the need for the Internet of Things (IoT) applications to maintain a reliable, persistent network of connected sensors and apparati, makes a stable and self-contained network state data platform vitally necessary."
events  interviews  technology  top  stories  bosh  cassandra  chef  cloud  foundry  container  storage  interface  ge  digital  predix  general  el 
october 2017 by jonerp
Breaking Through the Big Business Barricade with Open Source
"Software is eating the world, and no company can sit on the sidelines anymore. What attracted me to both of these companies was their vision and their history of evolving with the industry and customer needs. Each of these companies had already started their transformational journey to open source, and I knew that I could be a part of that."
contributed  culture  interviews  top  stories  comcast  linux  foundation  open  source  communities  summit  2017  sandisk  tech 
august 2017 by jonerp
IBM’s Cloud CTO: We Needed a Developer-First Mindset
"Bryson Koehler is the CTO of IBM Watson, IBM Cloud as well as a general manager and distinguished engineer at the company. His job: unify the many services and offerings that make up IBM’s cloud, including Softlayer, Bluemix and Watson. The goal: make the IBM platform more developer friendly"
interviews  top  stories  cloud  containers  docker  enterprise  data  esb  iaas  ibm  iot  istio  kubernetes 
july 2017 by jonerp
Geeks on the Ground at ChefConf Answer Basic Questions about Diversity
"Jonathan Parnell, BrickworkX, IT strategist, who co-founded Tulivia and ran its training division, also said an opportunity to STEM education is key. He got into IT through STEM programs in school, he explained, and that rare opportunity has lead to a 30-year career. “Kids need equal access to STEM education across economic levels,” Parnell said, “especially minorities and girls need to get access to this training.”
events  interviews  video  chefconf  2017  company  culture  diversity  eric  nichter  ice  cybersecurity  inclusion  optum 
july 2017 by jonerp
Women Engineers Who Inspire and Never Give Up - podcast via @alexwilliams
"In this episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, we spoke with Margaret Mayer, vice president of engineering at Capital One, and Ashley McNamara, principal technologist at Pivotal. Recorded at the OSCON open source conference in Austin in April, the conversation centered on mentoring and tips for women who may be shy or don’t want to speak up."
culture  events  interviews  podcast  top  stories  #ilooklikeanengineer  diversity  inclusion  kubernetes  open  source  communities  oscon  2017  software  engineering 
june 2017 by jonerp
Meet the New Docker CEO, Steve Singh
"Docker relies on an open source culture, though it doesn’t appear you’ve had a lot of experience working with open source communities to date…

That’s fair. I have a view that is shared across the executive team and even the board: The next generation companies will embrace open source, for a simple reason. Open source embraces the fact that genius, that creativity, that contributions will be made from any corner of the world. In my view, the companies that embrace this, and add value on top of that stack, will always accelerate faster than companies that don’t."
interviews  news  top  stories  container  ecosystem  docker  enterprise  open  source 
may 2017 by jonerp
Atlassian Futurist Sees Teamwork, not Chatbots, Defining the Future of Work
"Not to worry, said Dominic Price, who is the head of research and development and resident “work futurist” at Atlassian. During a recent phone interview he noted that in the last 144 years, technology created more jobs than it took away. True, there has been mass displacement and the actual roles that remain are very different, but overall more jobs have been created. He doesn’t think artificial intelligence, or intelligence assistance, or machine learning, or whatever term you want to use will be any different."
culture  interviews  top  stories  artificial  intelligence  atlassian  education  tns  management  training 
april 2017 by jonerp
Tech Diversity in 2016: The New Stack Podcasts
"The following is a year-end recap of our favorite diversity-themed podcast interviews of 2016. Topics ranged from navigating the many diverse identities are represented in the open source community, how mentoring is empowering women in the industry to reach their professional goals, why stronger leadership is crucial for increasing diversity initiatives, and how to bridge the overall diversity gap in tech. We also offer some tips for best practices surrounding diversity and inclusivity heading into 2017."
interviews  podcast  community  building  management  culture  developer  communities  diversity  individual  code  lgbt  lgbtq  open  source 
december 2016 by jonerp
Notes from Reality: The Philosophy of AI Ethics. An Interview with Dr. David Bray - by @jtaschek
"In my professional experience, we’re not there yet with AI where it’s a competitor in terms of what you might see in a science fiction movie like The Matrix. Human use of AI might displace jobs, and the jury is still out whether more or less jobs will be created as a result, so in that sense AI might be competition. Job displacement raises questions of ethics in terms of what do organizations and societies owe individuals whose jobs are displaced because AI can do them more quickly or more cheaply, should we help them re-train for another job and if so what’s the best way?"
featured  posts  trends  &  concepts  jt  interviews  notes  from  reality 
october 2016 by jonerp
Notes from Reality, an Interview with Paul Greenberg
"Both augmented reality and artificial intelligence can improve the immersiveness of a customer’s experience and/or the depth and interest in the engagement of the customer with the company. The reason isn’t the tech behind it, though. It’s because the content provided by augmented reality (see Minecraft and the HoloLens for “immersive coolness”) appeals to the visceral in the individual customer — which means it is a or adds to a tailored, created consumable experience."
featured  posts  trends  &  concepts  jt  interviews 
september 2016 by jonerp
Michael Coté, Pivotal: What Does It Mean to Be Cloud Native? - podcast w/ @alexwilliams + @cote
"Over the course of this interview, Coté discusses best practices and illustrates three requirements for cloud-native development and deployment: utilizing the patterns of microservices architecture, implementing a DevOps approach, and striving for continuous delivery as the primary vehicle for software delivery."
ebook  series  article  interviews  podcast  continuous  delivery  integration  devops  ebook2  applications  and  microservices  pivotal  the  new  stack  makers 
january 2016 by jonerp
451 Research’s @DBerkholz on Making DevOps Happen - podcast
"Regular readers of The New Stack will not be surprised in the least that 451 Research analyst Donnie Berkholz is on a mission to convince organizations to integrate their software development and IT operations teams. At the recent HPE Discover 2015 conference in London, Berkholz unveiled perhaps his strongest language to date, advocating not just for the two teams to coalesce but for their work processes to extend across departmental boundaries."
interviews  events  podcast  devops  donnie  berkholz  the  new  stack  makers  agile  culture  hpe  discover  2015 
december 2015 by jonerp
HPE Discover 2015: All About the Enterprise DevOps - by @ckoliver_writes
"As enterprises become more developer centric, there must be a balance between productivity and time spent setting up other systems or software. Verigreen is run entirely server-side, with developers not having to install anything, able to commit from any platform and still have their commits intercepted for verification."
events  interviews  technology  top  stories  hp  discover  helion  development  platform  verigreen  hpe  2015 
december 2015 by jonerp
Brainstorming With Marc Andreessen
"Andreessen sat down for an interview with Fortune senior editor Dan Primack, in front of an invited group of Silicon Valley CEOs and investors, as part of a walk-up dinner to our annual Fortune Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen. What follows is a lightly-edited transcript of the conversation, in which Andreessen addresses bubbles, robots and his own firm’s dearth of female partners. But we begin with current events…"
interviews 
april 2015 by jonerp
Exclusive: New SAP CTO Quentin Clark on SAP’s Development Future, How His Work Impacts Customers - by @thecraigpowers
"In the industry, there is a divide between those who believe in waterfall and agile development. What is yours and SAP's philosophy on agile and why should customers care?"
ASUG  agile  interviews 
march 2015 by jonerp
That Super-Successful VP of Sales. Great? Or Just Lucky? - by @jasonlk
"I get sent this resume to review all the time. Director+ of Sales at Yammer / Salesforce / Successfactors / Pick Your Brand Name SaaS Company. Took Hot Start-Up from $0 to $30m as VPS from Day 0. Was there “early” through IPO and did amazing things. That all sounds impressive, for sure. But was she great? Or just lucky?"
SaaS  sales  retention  interviews  startups 
february 2015 by jonerp
SAP On Cloud HR: Q&A With @MikeEttling - by @dhenschen
"SAP has combined SuccessFactors and on-premises HR apps into a single business. Unit president Mike Ettling talks Workday, Oracle, and the "journey" to cloud HR."
HCM  interviews  SAP 
february 2015 by jonerp
#Salesforce.com CEO Marc @Benioff on where big tech is headed - via @dbmoore
Benioff: "Yes. For our company, and I think for every company, the revolution in data science will fundamentally change how we run our business because we’re going to have computers aiding us in how we’re interacting with our customers."
salesforce.com  interviews  Benioff 
january 2015 by jonerp

Copy this bookmark:





to read