This episode wins the contest for the most protocols discussed. Matt Holt joined the show to to talk about TLS, Let’s Encrypt, the ACME protocol, CaddyServer, and a host of other important information security issues.
If you were to walk into Gimlet HQ, there are a few things you’d probably notice right off the bat. First, it’s crowded – like a grungy dorm room. Second, the lighting… it’s not great. Not many windows. Third, it’s white. Really white. 24 of Gimlet’s 27 employees are white. In this episode, we look at diversity (or lack thereof) at Gimlet. And we try to figure out what diversity should mean for the company going forward.
Our theme song was written and performed by Mark Phillips.
John Kimbrough composed music for this episode.
More music written and performed by John Delore along with his band mates, Jordan Scanella, Sam Merrick and Isamu McGregor.
PC Does What?!
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Huffduffed from http://relay.fm/inquisitive/1
The Linux kernel, how it is developed, and how we stay sane doing it [English]
by Greg Kroah-Hartman (Linux Foundation)
Freitag, 09.05.2014, Stage 11, 12:00-13:00 Uhr
Track: Neuer track #26
This talk will go into the details of how the Linux kernel is developed, the current rate of change, who is doing the work, and how all of works in a way that enables everyone to stay sane.
The talk will also go into ways that you can join the Linux kernel development project, as we need all of the help we can get.
About the author Greg Kroah-Hartman:
Greg Kroah-Hartman is a Linux kernel developer responsible for the stable releases of the Linux kernel. He is also the maintainer for the USB, TTY, serial, staging, and a few other parts of the kernel that he can not remember at the moment.
He is currently a Fellow at the Linux Foundation
Our topic for Episode 37 was originally on scaling self-service of configuration management (the source code kind, not the infrastructure kind!) good practices, but quickly morphed into a discussion of what organizations need to pay attention and foster to support their tools teams in their often-cited mission of creating a self-service culture and self-service infrastructure. Paul and Sascha square off over the notions of traditional “service” teams and the newer notion of integrated “tools” (“DevOps?”) teams. We also touch on warning signs for automating self-service processes, including in the CM space, really examining how and why you convert which processes into self-service, ways to get teams to buy into your self-service initiatives, and what’s in the best interests of the entire system that is your software development organization. Join us as we discuss the finer points of:
Scaling Your Self-Service as a Service
Join J. Paul Reed, aka @SoberBuildEng, Sascha Bates, aka @sascha_d, Youssuf El-Kalay, aka @buildscientist, and Seth Thomas, aka @cheeseplus for the discussion, plus a the last couple of weeks in News & Views and a review!
Or, download Episode 37, or any of our previous shows!
2:14 – News & Views
Apple quietly ships an OpenSSL bug fix (but to iOS only?)
gotos still considered harmful?
Your car isn’t getting over-the-air updates anytime soon, but possibly not for the reason we’d expect/hope
Rake creator Jim Weirich passes away; developers pay their final respects on his final Github commit
WhatsApp purchased by Facebook for $19 billion; Erlang (and FreeBSD) get a bump
13:33 – Main Segment: Scaling Self-Service as a Service
Crazy git[k] branching is crazy!
Gource source code visualization
Harvard Business Review’s article on Netflix’s HR culture
50:16 – Review
Paul will be speaking at Mountain West DevOps in Salt Lake City in mid-March!
USENIX is holding a release engineering-specific conference; CFPs for that are open now
As always, devopsconferences.com has more conference-deets
Paul reviews Venkat Rao’s The Gervais Principle (Or The Office According to “The Office”): losers, clueless, and sociopaths: oh my!
The ebook contains an extra essay on Office Space.
What issues have you run into while trying to sell or scale self-service initiatives?
Have you had to encode culture into your self-service policies to work around problems?
Join the discussion!
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Or via email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
CW 004 : Pete Hunt, Software Engineer for Facebook, discussing Facebook’s open source js UI framework, React
Huffduffed from http://codewinds.com/podcast/004.html
Airlines: we hate them, and it feels like they hate us. Is our only choice to "ride in the fucking toilet"? A former airline employee joins us to help peel back the curtain at Gate 21. (Part 1 of 2)Panelists: John Roderick, Jim Dalrymple, Lex Friedman, Brent BillingsSubscribe to Thank You For Calling (iTunes/RSS)Subscribe to the ESN Master Feed (iTunes/RSS)Brent Billings survived the airline industry and now does photography and design.John Roderick makes music with The Long Winters, and shares custody of Roderick on the Line with Merlin Mann. Watch yourself, he might be elected Senator someday. #SupertrainJim Dalrymple runs The Loop, The Loop Magazine, and hosts Amplified.Lex Friedman is EVP of Sales and Development for The Mid Roll, and co-hosts Not Playing with MacWorld's Dan Moren. Give us this day (Y)our Daily Lex.SPONSORSSmile: Visit smilesoftware.com/calling for details and a brief video introduction to TextExpander.Squarespace: everything you need to get started making a website. Use the offer code mentioned in the show (part of the show's title) for 10% off(Not) United AirlinesHover: get 10% your purchase when signing up at Hover.com using offer code MAKEITSO
This week Myke is joined by Casey Liss.
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