[RunAs Radio] Building a Blameless Post-Mortem Culture https://runasradio.com/Shows/Show/486
- How do you build a blameless post-mortem culture?
- A methodology embraced by the safest and most reliable organizations - think aircraft safety. Having everyone involved in an incident able to discuss everything they did and saw helps to get a clear picture of the truth. Without that information, it's very hard to make real improvements in our organizations.
- ChatOps as a strategy to get there, using tools like Slack to let people see the conversations going on and capture the critical information during an incident to address problems.
[Hello Tech Pros] Motivation http://hellotechpros.com/greg-knapp-motivation/
- Neither the carrot or the stick are advantageous. Tap into intrinsic motivations: passion and purpose.
- Everyone wants to count.
- It’s important to have a support group around you that believe in your vision.
- Quit because you don’t like it. Don’t give up if you think you can’t.
- Convince yourself you MUST follow your dreams.
- You don’t need to take MASSIVE action, you just need to take some action. Start now rather than later.
- Get clear on your passion and purpose. What’s your underling emotional benefit for what your going for?
[Troy Hunt] Understanding account enumeration, the video tutorial edition https://www.troyhunt.com/understanding-account-enumeration-the-video-tutorial-edition/
- What is account enumeration?
- How do you protect against it?
[London devops] 18 - London DevOps #18 @ Facebook https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ex6dyWLNGB8
- This is the event that Ruben and I attended back in June
- Getting Bits from Developers to Users: How we ship facebook.com
- Continuous Integration in the Data Center Provisioning Space
- IoT Project Canned: Let's Use Docker.
[.NET Rocks!] Patterns and Anti-Patterns http://www.dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?ShowNum=1340
- Developer Habits, good and bad
- Discussions about anti patterns in software development
[Developer Tea] 3 Things Aspiring Developers Should Be Doing Today https://developertea.simplecast.fm/episodes/45322-3-things-aspiring-developers-should-be-doing-today
- Not easy, require effort
- Eliminate the bottom 20%, remove all activities that do not provide value
- Focus on the things on the critical path
- Make one single value statement for the next 6 months
- Make learning about yourself a priority