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Comment on Top DevOps Meetups in the USA by Christina

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Congratulations on making that list. I can’t believe that I missed those meetings while we were in Gainesville.
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Comment on Can DevOps and Remote Work learn from each other? by Can DevOps and Remote Work learn from each other? — This is nothing more than a notebook

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[…] has a different definition of DevOps, from Wikipedia to NewRelic toTechCrunch. My own definition of DevOps is, “an agile culture around operations and development […]
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Comment on Top DevOps Meetups in the USA by Martin

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Thank you! I had no idea you were in the same industry until you had headed off to Texas 🙂
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Comment on Tech lead roles: What makes a technical leader? by Mentoring & Industry Culture – Dreaming in DevOps

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[…] strongly believe that mentoring can help a mentee develop into a better technical leader, and it’s also an exercise in leadership for a mentor — you’re sharing your […]
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Comment on 3 Thoughts about Split, Croatia by 3 Thoughts about Bosnia & Herzegovina – Dreaming in DevOps

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[…] month in Split, some friends and I decided it would be interesting to rent a car and travel through Bosnia and […]
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Comment on How Slack is bad for an online community by Slack is not a good fit for community chat – Gonçalo Valério

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[…] I said it … and a lot of other people said it before me (here, here, here, here, … and the list goes on and […]
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The Job Candidate

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Let’s say you had to hire someone for a job.So a bunch of people applied, and a few of them were especially recommended by friends and colleagues. One seems to have a pretty good resume for the position, but it’s also a really serious decision because you actually can’t fire them: it’s a permanent job.So you’re going to take the hiring process pretty seriously, right? You...
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An Interview with Marketing Coach Rebecca Rubin

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Rebecca was very generous in letting me experiment doing my first podcast interview ever with her — I can still vividly remember going into our Kuala Lumpur workspace and setting up my microphone in a glass office space.I didn’t feel too anxious because we were already friends and I’m not too shy about talking to people (though I did have to adjust to hearing my voice recorded), but...
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The Least You Can Do

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Mom: “Ray, the least you could do is…” Dad: “The least I could do is nothing.” I often heard this dialogue between my parents when I was young. My mother would express displeasure about something that my father did/didn’t do. She would express a desire for a little more effort (usually in the form of some small gesture). “Ray, the least you could do is…”...
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80 Hours to MVP: Kickoff!

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“Begin with the end in mind” – Stephen Covey The first step in our 80 Hours to MVP requires us to make a jump forward in time. For this, we’ll take a cue from author Stephen Covey and “Begin with the End in Mind”. It is the 2nd habit covered in his bestseller The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.  Using visualization, we can prepare...
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