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July 2013

Not X. But Not Quite Y.

07/26/2013

It’s pretty much a given that generational demography turns out to be a softer science. I am most commonly thrown in with “The Millennials” (which is what they apparently settled on for the initially-named “Generation Y”), though anyone who’s talked with me on the subject knows I don’t really feel connected to that generation, its Read More

Mental Models: Mattering. (Still.)

07/23/2013

Friend and colleague @bear recently wrote up a post1 discussing “magic tricks” developers have started using to store their deploy secrets in git. Apparently it involves putting data directly into git using “the plumbing,” and encrypting it somehow? The post doesn’t reference specific techniques; if readers have pointers to those, I’d love to read them. Read More

EPISODE 21: Going, Going... Gone.

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After the Going, Went

07/12/2013

Episode 21 of The Ship Show (“Going, Going… Gone.“) is over a month old, but with Crazy JuneTM1, I never made it around to discussing the episode. Plus, there were some interesting developments that took some time to percolate. If you didn’t hear the episode, the Crew discussed the various considerations and issues that are Read More

Armchair Airplane Analysts

07/08/2013

In the wake of the Asiana 214 accident, it’s been interesting to observe the differences in how the government media response, mainly through the NTSB, has changed since the last large-scale aviation accident in the United States, the Colgan 3407 crash. In short: the NTSB, largely via its Twitter feed, has been communicating directly with Read More

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Redesigning the Pipeline

07/02/2013

Both continuous delivery devotees and those who enjoyed my DevOpsDays Silicon Valley 2013 talk may find this tidbit I saw in Wired a few months ago interesting: Key to Eliminating U.S. Flight Delays? Redesign the Sky Over New York City. It’s an in-depth look at Mitre’s work with the FAA to redesign the airspace around Read More