Sorry, I have to quit my job, my calling just appeared! https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/17/us/reynolds-wrap-ribs-job-trnd/index.html
In a meeting of all teammates in my platform doing end of quarter reviews and retros...and it's reaffirming that I'm a part of a ludicrously smart, funny, and engaged team that takes on new challenges, embraces risk, and has really pounced on "inspect & adapt!"
Join us in a discussion of planning in the face of those than keep changing the game plan. Should you give up? How do you stop change? We have thoughts... https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2019/06/episode-62-simple-plan/
This tweet was quoted on one of @iPancreas@twitter.com's slides at #SelfConf and is so dead-on! https://twitter.com/ceejbot/status/761569569802551300?s=19
Time for an extremely appropriate to me closing talk... Developers, Go the F*ck to Sleep from @iPancreas@twitter.com #SelfConf
The talk on playing well with others was incredibly info dense, @ArthurDoler@twitter.com did an awesome job. I loved this takeaway... #SelfConf
Task conflict is good, but needs to be monitored because over time it will turn into relationship conflict. #SelfConf
"Don't accept human error as the root cause for anything. Dig deeper!" -@email@example.com
TIL: "RAFT" (as in raft algorithm) isn't an acronym...it's raft because it's "a bunch of logs"
I love that! #SelfConf
OMG! Thank you so much for dismissing eventual consistency as a solution for distributed consistency, @firstname.lastname@example.org!!! That's always so frustrating to me. #SelfConf
This is easily my favorite depiction of the Two Generals problem, courtesy of @email@example.com #SelfConf
Now we're going near and dear to my heart with why distributed systems are so hard by @firstname.lastname@example.org #SelfConf
Pairing and rubber ducking as a method of formative assessment...@email@example.com brings a clever strategy that I'd never thought of! #SelfConf
Not all who wander are lost.
If I'm being honest, I could use some directions...or a map...or a guide...help!
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