- Is DevOps on the cusp of Disillusionment? - DevOps.comDevOps.com - "Eventually companies will try and fail to sustain, and have a completely integrated environment without culture. In a perfect world they would start with culture, but the reality is they do not have to start there necessarily."
- first article ever written about Apple - Business Insider
- Why There Will Never Be Another RedHat: The Economics Of Open Source | TechCrunch
- Will There Ever Be Another Red Hat? - Forbes - Will There Ever Be Another Red Hat?
- Yelp sale rumor reminds us that social is terrible as a business even if it did change the Web | VentureBeat | Social | by Chris O'Brien - RT @pgillin: Dour but smart analysis of Yelp by @obrien highlights basic weakness of #socialmedia business models
- Ready to unbox some container magic? Read Forrester’s 5 recommendations first | Red Hat - New Forrester Thought Leadership paper on container adoption and recommended practices. Good stuff.
- The rise and rise of open source | InfoWorld - "The survey reports that 78 percent of its respondents are now running their businesses with open source software, and two-thirds are building software for their customers that’s based on open source software. More significant, the percentage of respondents actually participating in open source projects has increased from 50 percent to 64 percent, and 88 percent say they expect to contribute to projects within the next three years."
- “Music was better back then”: When do we stop keeping up with popular music? | Skynet & Ebert
- 5 steps to building a microservices foundation -- GCN - Building a microservices foundation
- 'Mad Men' Skates Across A Changed And Changing Landscape : Monkey See : NPR - Great prose. "Sunday night's Mad Men was the antepenultimate episode of the series – a word we don't get to use enough, but one that can be surprisingly significant in television. The second to last episode is often (rightly or wrongly) understood and analyzed as finale table-setting, so this third to last episode is sometimes the last that feels like the regular show. And for Mad Men, it seemed to serve as a crystallizing hour for the themes that the show has returned to over and over, reaching no conclusions about those themes but turning them over and over in its narrative hands."
- How open source and IoT align | Opensource.com - RT @davidhabben: The secret part of @ghaff's note is start with a real world problem, not #IOT technology for its own sake
- Gartner Q&A: Cameron Haight Talks About DevOps - Part 1 | APMdigest
- Maps Mania: Mapping Photographer's Routes
- National Parks Gallery
- Ok, We Get it, Docker's Great. But what for? - Richard Watson - "Most people should be buyers or subscribers of PaaS, not builders."
- Is Collaborative Software Development the Next Big Thing? – tecosystems
Monday, May 11, 2015
Posted by Gordon Haff at 3:05 PM