Posted on Saturday, May 13, 2017
We are attempting to do a reboot of the Seattle office developer's Blog. In doing this I switch the blog to use the Wyam static site generator. The main reason for the switch is that I use Wyam for my personal blog and thus understand the build pipelines. Currently, we do not have automatic publishing of blog post. But we are in the process of using the gitlab (where we version control this site) ci runner to do this.
Hackweek 2015 - Janitor Monkey
Posted on Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Janitor Monkey is software that watches various AWS resources, and applies rules to decide when they are no longer needed. This is useful because AWS resources cost money, and when developers are empowered to create their own resources as needed, they may not remember to clean up the things they create after they no longer need them.
Hackweek Magnificent Au-Jus: Part 1 - The Pitch
Posted on Thursday, November 5, 2015
It is time to pitch your great idea. What an exciting and terrifying time! You are making yourself vulnerable and exposing what you believe is a fantastic idea to a group of people you respect. How will they respond? Will you be shunned and ostracized? What if they tell you that your idea is no good, or worse they simply don’t “get it”? I am not going to help you have good ideas, but I am going to help you pitch the idea you do have in a more compelling way.
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