15347
showing only twitter [see all]
Twitter
RT : Trump is going to withdraw funding for ANY health care institution that provides abortion or tells women where to g…
from twitter
15 hours ago
Twitter
Thanks for “insisting that you aren’t wrong unless your opponent is right themselves” this i…
from twitter
17 hours ago
Twitter
Consider the logical fallacy of “argument from ignorance.” Its weaponized version is some fo…
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
“Derailing” is a word I have come to appreciate very much. It means “weaponizing a logical…
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : This is good but seriously... Logical fallacies account for a very small part of disagreements. We've been aware of…
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : Since we're talking about this: I spent my 30s working my ass off, and at age 40 my marriage was over & I was in th…
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
thread on the gig economy /cc
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : Thanks to your cowardly inaction, that man went on to murder six hamburgers
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : Hess Triangle, the smallest plot of land in , was 500 square inches!
NYC  from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : This hover backpack lets you defy gravity
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : It's 2018 and we know how to build software. And it is easy.
1. We just don't train technical disciplines how.
2. D…
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : After the classic definition of legacy code “Code without tests”, let’s embrace the defini…
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : 40 years of computers
by
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : Future Times Square NYC, 1878:
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : Watch scientists print directly on a human hand
WearableTech  from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : Billy Bones says “Minions, everyone needs a cat in their sink.” will be at Sunday, May 20t…
Adoptapalooza  from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : Productivity is inversely proportional to the complexity of a system. Keep it simple, and spend effort to keep it s…
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : I am beyond pissed that Sarah Adams got harassed, threatened, and stalked out of the Go community, out of her job a…
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : Interested in using fixed wing drones for monitoring beach geomorphology and managing the coastal zone? Check out o…
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : 1/8 When not one Chinese female Maker was permitted to speak at American company's branded and licensed Maker Faire…
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
RT : A testing pyramid/filter/7 circles of hell won't cover everything, no matter how you try! It's a layered approach.
from twitter
yesterday
Twitter
This is the dubious cat of system operations whose goggles do nothing just as all of us, each one, our goggles do n…
from twitter
2 days ago
Twitter
Sympoiesis is another neologism, recently popularized by Donna Haraway.

As a straw man: "the practice…
from twitter
2 days ago
Twitter
Yes!!!

Software is tentacular sympoiesis!! 🐙🦑🤖🌳
from twitter
2 days ago
Twitter
RT : "A Code of Conduct only means something if it’s enforced." my blog post about what happened at a tech conference ye…
from twitter
2 days ago
Twitter
RT : A friend is doing a thesis on close-to-hardware attacks, focusing on DDos. Any people and sources she should b…
IoT  from twitter
2 days ago
Twitter
RT : Reimagine the testing pyramid as a bug filter.

Unit Testing
—Component Testing
—-Integration Testing
——Acceptance…
from twitter
2 days ago
Twitter
RT : selling testing to a audience in the style of an infomercial. Testing pyramid reimagined as…
testbash  from twitter
2 days ago
Twitter
RT : As inspired by using a bug filter model instead of test pyramid for pipeline
TestBash  from twitter
2 days ago
Twitter
RT : Ramadan Mubarak! Wishing you joy and blessings this month.
Ramadan  from twitter
4 days ago
Twitter
RT : ⚠️ADVISORY⚠️ Due to a recent rash of larcenies targeting mailboxes at 51st, 52nd & 56th Streets, we are urgin…
from twitter
4 days ago
Twitter
RT : Outstanding job by our Anti-Crime Team taking these six illegal firearms off the streets of Crown Height…
from twitter
4 days ago
Twitter
RT : "I don't want a software rock star. I want a software gig musician. Turns up on time, does a professional job, work…
from twitter
4 days ago
Twitter
RT : A lot of the time, we use "" or the equivalent as a shorthand for a concept we could/should…
from twitter
4 days ago
(500) http://Time.now
RT : A lot of the time, we use "" or the equivalent as a shorthand for a concept we could/should…
from twitter
4 days ago
Twitter
RT : ANNOUNCED TODAY: ChroMorphous Technology That Changes The Colour or Pattern of Fabric Through a Smartphone…
from twitter
4 days ago
Twitter
RT : Beautiful image of an developer's (in this case, 's) contributions to open source projects. Made by…
from twitter
4 days ago
Twitter
RT : «Increasing Capacity va Reducing Congestion. You can do one locally but worsen the other globally» —
from twitter
4 days ago
Twitter
RT : Today's brain-hurting algorithmic problem: Construct a directed graph from unique cyclic sets of edges where edges…
from twitter
4 days ago
Twitter
And let’s be honest. You’ve never seen (NO ONE has ever seen lol) a half-full or half-empty stack.…
from twitter
5 days ago
Twitter
RT : I'm looking for experienced VP marketing candidates , someone who knows growth and developers. Also op…
from twitter
5 days ago
Twitter
RT : I think I should submit some talks to share everything I’ve learned on how to teach new coders at a conference in a…
from twitter
5 days ago
Twitter
RT : If you haven't read _Pedagogy for the Oppressed_, pick up a copy from the library.

Paolo Freire's work on educatio…
from twitter
6 days ago
Twitter
They will be human DBAs preserved in brain jars like in The Whisperer In Darkness.

I’m not suggesting dinosaur or…
from twitter
6 days ago
Twitter
I’M KIDDING. There will still be a need for DBAs even after the second coming of the dinosaurs is over and the smok…
from twitter
6 days ago
Twitter
RT : I've long had a corollary to this: whenever two systems hold the same datum, that datum will eventually be useless.
from twitter
6 days ago
Twitter
The stacking of metaphors is another form of queuing and according to Haraway’s recent writing, stacks can be seen…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
“No deployment pipeline” is primal chaos: the “natural” (read: unexamined or naively arrived at) state of both huma…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
The andon cord is a device to stop the line.

But software is abstract. There is no “production line” nor “deployme…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
Why do I need CI?

So that I can stop the line when problems are detected?

Why will problems be detected?

Because…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
“Andon” the Toyota Lean practice of “stopping the line” when a problem is detected, is a beautiful implementation o…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
In the rush to “abandon old-school QA” the community and the community both have lost sight of the…
testing  devops  from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
CI solves queuing problems not by scaling but by *gating.* The scaling and scheduling provided by CI is a side effe…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
The entire point of a CI system is to be the single gateway at which a go/no-go decision is made about whether or n…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
I don’t think enough people approach Jenkins, say, as a solution to a queuing problem that involves working a…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
Quorum among human-machine actors is one of the insoluble problems that you have to work around when assigning buil…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
Queuing theory is the thing that comes to mind once I start talking about the impossibility of achieving quorum in…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
Given you cannot *achieve* quorum only approach it (cf The Active User Paradox & How Complex Systems Fail) one way…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
One way to approach quorum in a distributed system is ensure that each actor is acting within a pre-arranged set of…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
Stochasticism embraces “continuous starting” because *synchronization* between actors in a distributed system is an…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
The systems we build do not function on quarterly scales nor on fractional quarterly scales like the 2 week sprint…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
The systems that we build are not under our control and cannot be documented.

That observation sends and…
Agile  from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
Third episode of History’s Most Boring Revolutions is just calmly explaining why historical revolutions…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
History Channel should make a show called History’s Most Boring Revolutions and the first episode should be a 4 hou…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
It is in the manifesto-ization of the white paper that the Stochastic Methodology movement attains its sha…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
“We admitted we were powerless over distributed systems: that our code had become unmanageable.”

If there were a…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
Stochastic Methodology proposes or rather it *admits* that software work consists of painfully brief chunks of time…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
And finally the only topic which needed a book not a white paper to address, Stochastic Methodology rests in great…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
So we have as our manifesto a white paper that presents the newest scientific view on How Complex Systems Fail, fol…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
The fourth extant manifesto or extant concept embraced by Stochastic Methodologies is the idea of “continuous start…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
This is Yet More Methodology By A Dude but I promise you what I have to say was not *taught* to me by dudes. Nuff s…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
The third “already extant manifesto” that Stochastic Methodologists embrace but do not seek to extend nor to pontif…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
The second “already extant manifesto” which Stochastic Methodology embraces but does not claim ownership over is Ha…
from twitter
7 days ago
Twitter
There are other white papers that are manifestos in their own right. The Stochasticist endorses these white papers…
from twitter
7 days ago
« earlier      
2006 2008 2010 2012 accessibility aesthetic agile ajax analysis api apple architecture art automation awesome bash basic beginner best.practices biology blog books broken browser bug bugs build business cats cheatsheet ci code commandline communication community complexity computer conference config configuration continuous cool css cucumber culture data dataviz debugging del.icio.us design dev development devops documentation dom edtech emacs etsy example examples extensions facebook falsehoods fantasy findability firefox flash flickr food for.tz framework freedom front_page fun funny future games gaming geek gender gist git github google graphs hacking hacks hardware hiring history howto html hudson inspiration install internet internets iphone java javascript jenkins jquery json learning library linux list logging lol mac management maps marketing mashup math me media memes meteor methodology metrics microsoft mobile music my name network news noahsussman nyc osx paper patterns people performance perl photography php pitfalls politics privacy productivity programming project:nerd pycon python qa quality rails reference rss ruby science search seconf security selenium server service setup shell snippets snipplr.com snipplr_snippets_for_noah social software standards static statistical.data style svn systems tdd tech technology test testing text.only theilab time tips tools toolset travel tricks tutorial twitter ui usability ux via:benstraw via:rhockens video visual.thinkers visualization visualizations web webdev wiki windows work wow writing xml

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: