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RT @[email protected]

At this point I have the feeling that the Kubernetes + Golang's ever-churning set of tools and components ecosystem is to DevOps what the Javascript never-ending web framework dance is to the front-end.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/mononcqc/status/10

RT @[email protected]

We exited 2018 with a lot of positive things to say about ’s regional economy:
✔️ The sixth strongest increase in household incomes of any metro area anywhere in the country.
✔️ A local economy that’s creating jobs at a rate twice as fast as the national average.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/AndyBerke/status/1

I like how if I put a question mark in @[email protected]'s support form it errors with "invalid data", awesome job to an already frustrating process of finding out why these duty fees are so high.

So mixed on 's cloud service. Love the product, but pricing is rough, and not being able to manage accounts on a corporate level is kind of a nightmare. Really kind of set up for small-time stuff right now.

Self-hosted seems to be the way to go for now.

Anyone know of a good community chat replacement for Slack? Not being able to bulk move messages is a bit rough.

RT @[email protected]: well this was a good presentation when the first slide is "Click to add title".

🐦🔗: twitter.com/lordtaco/status/10

Anyone know of any good technology related Mastodon relays?

Anyone know of any vendors that would be good to reach out to to purchase a Dell TL2000, preferably new, with rails? Probably LTO-6, maybe 7, SAS.

Other 2U tape libraries with an I/E port can also be considered.

RT @[email protected]: Coined a new term this morning.

Agilate (verb): to perform Agile Software Development tasks such as attending a daily standup, getting immutable requirements finalized before coding, making excuses why everything won’t be completed before the sprint deadline, etc.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ndrunix/status/104

Anyone know of any good Mastodon relays around IT stuff I can get added to? Seems to be the best way to get content in your federated pipeline and visibility for smaller nodes.

I'm still kind of bummed that Microsoft makes Always-On availability groups limited to one database for Standard, making us rely on Failover Cluster Instances, I understand not allowing more than 2 nodes, or one to be a read-only, but just for simple failover?

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