A technology journey spanning engineering, product strategy, opensource, marketing, and business development, Mark Collier shares lessons learned along the way. Getting everyone aligned on the outcome remains an unsolved problem. As always, Andrew needs a computer that actually works.
Reflecting on 20 years of system administration, Miss Amy, self identifies as an SRE/DBRE. She brings her perspectives, valuing resilience engineering and organizational dynamics over machines and tools, to the weird trick mafia audience.
Jess and Andrew get with Abby Fuller, Container Czarina extraordinaire, to share stories about startups, cold emails, hacking salesforce and getting in the middle of the cloud container game.
Sarah Drasner, Renaissance woman extraordinaire, shares stories, insight
and advice with the Weird Trick Mafia. Tech, feelings, purpose, pandas.
The Hard Thing About Hard Things, Ben Horowitz
The Fifth Discipline, Peter M. Senge
The Truth About Burnout, Christina Maslach
Jess goes on safari in San Francisco and a wild Lachlan Evenson appears.
Jess, Andrew and Lachlan discuss the journey from building the internet in the
Australian Outback to Cloud Native and wrap up weighing Net Neutrality.
Sophie Haskins, ops witch at github (@sophaskins) shares stories about collecting and
learning from old hardware with our heroes Jess and Andrew.
Learn more from Sophie at http://blog.pizzabox.computer
Erica Windisch, CTO, Co-Founder of IOpipe walks down memory lane, working with
Jess and Drew, building clouds, serverless, and more random tech feelings.
Senior Staff Engineer at VMware and Co-Chair of Kubecon, Bryan Liles (@bryanl) shares his stories and philosophies with Jess and Andrew.
Verónica López (@maria_fibonacci) shares her software engineering journey from physics and mobile projects in Mexico to Cloud Native Kubernetes in Silicon Valley with Andrew and Jess.
Andrew and Jess discuss Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos.
Andrew and Jess discuss open source hardware and firmware from open compute summit.
Andrew and Jess discuss open source foundations.
Note from Jess: If you want to support open source projects checkout open collective, outreachy, and the software conservancy.
Cross post to the “unofficial pilot” episode on Arrested Devops: arresteddevops.com/shiny-objects.