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I'm DevOps practitioner (whatever that means), a long time Java developer and Open Source advocate. I speak and present at conferences whenever I have something to say on technical and software engineering topics. I work for IBM but this blog is all my own work.
Category Archives: conference
IBM is hosting a party @ J1. Where there will be men in dark suits trying to sell you a mainframe… Only kidding. Actually this should be fun. All the details are here IBMJ1Party2017 Signup here Advertisements
A refreshing 1 day conference in London at SkillsMatter I talked about Cybercrime (slides here ) Sometimes after doing this talk I feel a little guilty in not being able to give people a “just do this” solution. However, the situation right … Continue reading
I gave a talk at Jax DevOps in London yesterday. The talk was entitled “Succeeding in the Cloud – the guidebook of Fail” Slides are here The talk originated in a conversation with Daniel Bryant at a previous conference. Daniel … Continue reading
Spent an interesting couple of days at Internet of Things North America in Chicago. I did a cut down version of the Skynet talk. Slides are here Made a few good contacts and learn a lot more about IoT from … Continue reading
I went to FOSDEM to talk to like minded Java people. Always nice to see what’s happening across the open source Java community. I spent most of my time in the Java Track Focus on OpenJDK and Java 9 of course … Continue reading