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Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes | AWS News Blog
AWS re:Invent 📣 → Happy to see AWS supporting [Kubernetes](https://kubernetes.io) natively! This is a first step that should result in a better solution for customers that are trying to navigate through platform decisions.
december 2017
Amazon Neptune – A Fully Managed Graph Database Service | AWS News Blog
AWS re:Invent 📣 → Graph databases are a bear to pick, use and run. AWS offering a cloud hosted graph database will hopefully address all of these issues. There are a large number of use cases where graph databases make a lot of sense but so many people have been burned by them that they tend to solve a graph problem using a document or relational database.

It’s cool to see that this supports RDF and SPARQL, core concepts of the [Semantic Web](https://www.w3.org/standards/semanticweb/). It also supports [TinkerPop3](https://tinkerpop.apache.org/) (really? can we get better names?).
december 2017
Keeping Time With Amazon Time Sync Service | AWS News Blog
AWS re:Invent 📣 → AWS offering an internal [NTP service](http://www.ntp.org) makes total sense. I would imagine that NTP traffic alone for AWS could be significant to other time servers.
december 2017
Announcing Alexa for Business: Using Amazon Alexa’s Voice Enabled Devices for Workplaces | AWS News Blog
AWS re:Invent 📣 → I actually bought an Echo for us to try and use in our operations area. Idea was to make some read-only data available via voice. It didn't go anywhere in large part because the security side was too complicated. Theoretically this would solve that, but I’m pretty bearish that this offering is something that many folks would care about.
december 2017
App: The Human Story - A documentary coming soon.
This documentary looks pretty interesting. I like the focus of the intersection of how people use digital tools. Not just the human or digital side, but the power of both used positively together.
december 2017
Joplin - an open source note taking and to-do application with synchronisation capabilities
A [FOSS](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_and_open-source_software) option for managing notes and to do's.

> Joplin is a free, open source note taking and to-do application, which can handle a large number of notes organised into notebooks. The notes are searchable, can be copied, tagged and modified either from the applications directly or from your own text editor. The notes are in Markdown format.
december 2017
Strongbox
Another option for storing secrets for your systems and infrastructure. 🔐
november 2017
MindNode 5 - It starts with a thought - MindNode
New major release of one of my favorite mind mapping tools (the other is [iThoughts](https://www.toketaware.com/ithoughts-ios)). I like MindNode's simpler and light user interface. It’s a great place to do brainstorming. Also, a [good review of this on MacStories](https://www.macstories.net/reviews/mindnode-5-digital-mind-mapping-finally-clicked-for-me/).
november 2017
MediaWiki Pivot Skin
Very impressive skin/template for [MediaWiki](https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/MediaWiki) by [Tom Hutchison](https://github.com/Hutchy68). Tom and I collaborated extensively on the [Foreground](https://foreground.wikiproject.net/wiki/Main_Page) skin when I was working on that for [WikiApiary](https://wikiapiary.com/wiki/Main_Page). Pivot looks great! 👍
november 2017
Chaos Toolkit
Nice to see more general tooling coming to the chaos engineering space.

> The Chaos Toolkit aims at simplifying your journey through the Principles of Chaos Engineering and more generally considers that you should embrace continuously observing and poking your system to empower your team in face of adversity.
november 2017
Sugar industry accused of hiding evidence of sucrose's negative health effects 50 years ago | The Independent
This behavior sounds really familiar — 🚬! Food research and health effects are notoriously fuzzy and change over time so it’s easy to discount this stuff. However, an industry acting to cover-up data is alarming no matter what the outcome is.
november 2017
RememBear: Secure Password Manager
A new entrant into the Password (Secret) Manager space. I've been a [1Password](https://1password.com) user for years (and the whole family is safe with [1Password for Families](https://1password.com/families/)) and will stick with it. This is from the same company that makes the [TunnelBear](http://tunnelbear.com) VPN offering which I have used in the past.
november 2017
Carp | Veit's Blog
I find it fun to read through takes on various computer languages. There are so many languages and the vast majority never got any traction. A thorough blog post reviewing a language is sort of like a vacation to another country to explore it’s traditions and taste the flavors and importantly come back home shortly after. I had never heard of [Carp](https://github.com/carp-lang/Carp) but this is a thorough review of it. A Lisp language that compiles down to C to then be compiled natively.
november 2017
CEOs Don’t Steer
Interesting and thought provoking article on the role of a CEO.

> The primary CEO function, and the trait the good ones are selected for, is to provide the gyroscopic stability required to keep a company vectored in the chosen direction.

There is a lot that makes sense in this article, and a lot I’ve seen up close many times. 🤔
november 2017
DOES17 San Francisco - How Your Systems Keep Running Day After Day - John Allspaw - YouTube
Very good talk by [John Allspaw](https://www.kitchensoap.com/about-me/) from [DOES17](https://events.itrevolution.com/us/) (DevOps Enterprise Summit) addressing the various aspects of running software in a production environment 24x7. I like the "Above the Line" and "Below the Line" concept of systems instrumentation and observability.
november 2017
Kitchen Soap – On Being A Senior Engineer
[John Allspaw](https://www.kitchensoap.com/about-me/) with a very thoughtful look at the key aspects of being a **mature** engineer. I would apply this to the senior level of nearly all positions in tech.
november 2017
Brilliant Jerks in Engineering
I know a lot of managers in the technology field who would repeat the conclusion in this article.

> Early on in my career, I supported brilliant jerks of any type and thought they were worth it. I was wrong.

I did that too. Always have to think about the team impact.
november 2017
AlphaGo Zero – How and Why it Works – Tim Wheeler
Interesting and approachable article reviewing how Alpha Go Zero taught itself how to play Go, and how these techniques can be used for a number of discrete games.

The last paragraph put an interesting spin on the advances in AI. 😳

> It is interesting to see how quickly the field of AI is progressing. Those who claim we will be able to see the robot overlords coming in time should take heed - these AI's will only be human-level for a brief instant before blasting past us into superhuman territories, never to look back.
november 2017
Against Productivity – The Message – Medium
This is going to sound a little weird but this article totally made me think of [GTD](http://gettingthingsdone.com) and the concept of "mind like water".

> In many ways foolishness isn’t the opposite of wisdom, but its absence. Productivity is the opposite of wisdom. Humanity is a creature of time and imagination. From these things our fruits are born more than manufactured. Productivity is a quality of perfect robots. Stories, adventures and all new things still have to come from messy humans.

It probably sounds confusing that an article condemning the focus on productivity reminds me of a productivity framework. However, the true goal of GTD is to **give your mind space and time**. Not to get more done, but to get more off your mind. To have a mind like water. This is a part of GTD that people tend to *not* focus on enough.
november 2017
Bob Lutz: Kiss the good times goodbye
A vision piece describing the next 20 years of the automotive industry. Notable as it’s written by the former Vice Chairman and Head of Product Development for General Motors.

> The era of the human-driven automobile, its repair facilities, its dealerships, the media surrounding it — all will be gone in 20 years.

20 years seems too aggressive to me. But the end state is hard to argue.
november 2017
Decision making under stress - Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats
Running technology platforms 24x7 means you have incidents, and stress, and decisions that must be made. Being aware and knowing how that impacts decisions is important knowledge to have.

> The research is clear: the best way to protect yourself from making poor decisions under stress is to train and prepare for it. Training enhances both skills and self-efficacy, enabling you to make better decisions and giving you the confidence to carry them out with minimal hesitation.

Add to that sleep deprivation as another potential risk.
november 2017
User experience design for APIs
Great topic that more thought should be going to. API design is largely an afterthought for many services. You can tell API's that are just a dump of internal objects. They are hard to use and equally hard to understand. This article shows a good start to doing this right.
november 2017
pingfs: Stores your data in ICMP ping packets
This is completely bizarre -- a file system that stores the data in an [ICMP](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Control_Message_Protocol) packet stream ephemerally bouncing around via `ping`. 🤯
november 2017
The End Of Net Neutrality As We Know It – AVC
Fred Wilson highlighting the Net Neutrality changes being proposed by the FCC and also providing a worthwhile four steps that we as consumers can look for to take action beyond protesting the FCC action.
november 2017
The Race for Real-Time Data | Jenny Kray, CFO, Calabrio - CFO Thought Leader
Fun interview 🎧 with my former colleague, and now CFO at Calabrio, Jenny Kray. 👏
november 2017
gtop: System monitoring dashboard for terminal
Very fancy terminal based tool for monitoring system performance. 👍
november 2017
No, you’re not being paranoid. Sites really are watching your every move | Ars Technica
This is exhibit #1 for why you need to use a content blocker on the web. This article goes into great detail on the capabilities that companies have, but take a moment to watch the video that demonstrates a user and what the site owner can see. Now consider that level of collection on every site you ever visit. Defensive techniques are needed for such invasive technologies.
november 2017
FCC unveils plan to repeal net neutrality rules - The Washington Post
[Ajit Pai](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ajit_V._Pai) is doing exactly what everyone would expect him to be doing as Chairman of the FCC. Vertically integrated media and broadband companies (Verizon, Comcast, AT&T) will enjoy his FCC much more than anyone else. ☹️ The misleading politics on Net Neutrality are infuriating to those closer to the issue.
november 2017
Uber Paid Hackers to Delete Stolen Data on 57 Million People - Bloomberg
Wow. This incident doesn't take along to start thinking of words like "criminal intent". Add this to the long stack of reasons why I don't use Uber. [Without Bullshit](https://withoutbullshit.com/blog/uber-data-breach-new-ceo-dara-khosrowshahi-makes-disappointingly-incomplete-statement) has a good writeup on the communication from Uber.
november 2017
Real-life AWS cost optimization strategy – Teads Engineering – Medium
Managing cloud infrastructure expense is a real challenge. I've experienced and seen everything in this article and more. This dynamic is entirely new to pre-cloud technology organizations that bought hardware and then just used that sunk cost. In the cloud, cost has to be an architectural consideration in ways it has never been before.
november 2017
GitHub - Introducing Team discussions
New capability that makes total sense for GitHub to add. I’m guessing this was pretty easy for them too given all the infrastructure they have for GitHub Issues.
november 2017
Pi-hole®: A black hole for Internet advertisements
Nice open source project to run your own DNS server at home that will blacklist ad networks. Nice to see people working on efforts like this. I'd rather pay a few bucks and use something like Eero Plus but this is great for people that want more control.
november 2017
“One Damn Slide After Another”: PowerPoint at Every Occasion for Speech : Computational Culture
Wow! This is a *tour de force* on the evolution and use of slides and presentation software evolution. It's a long read but pretty interesting and importantly balanced. It is not a takedown of PowerPoint but instead a robust exploration of the act of presenting and persuading.

> This essay critically contextualizes PowerPoint. We argue that many of the stylistic conventions associated with slideware have long been part of business communications. Personal computing, however, scaled up the production of presentations. Doing so linked knowledge work with personal expression. The result has been the rise of presentation culture. In an information society, nearly everyone presents. Analyzing presentation software makes visible the largely under-appreciated reliance on performative authority in knowledge production.

The conclusion brings it home. I've never thought of PowerPoint as a part of visual culture!

> PowerPoint is not a slide projector without a slide tray. It is not a neutral automation of existing processes. It is a part of visual culture, an increasingly everyday experience at every kind of occasion for speech.

Worth reading. Even if you skim sections like I did. 😊
november 2017
A Year of Tech Solidarity | Civicist
Politics and tech are largely a strange *null set*. [Maciej Ceglowski](http://www.idlewords.com/about.htm), the owner of [Pinboard](http://pinboard.in/) which I use to keep all my bookmarks on, has been actively working to change that through basic, old school organizing. This article is a reflection on the slow going he's had in the first year doing that.
november 2017
Move Slowly and Fix Things – Signal v. Noise
This article embodies many of the concepts that I highlight for ethics training for people that build software ecosystems. We spend more and more of our life inside, or alongside, a software ecosystem designed by builders with little thought to the social impact it has on people.
november 2017
Products Over Projects
I've operated all of the tech organizations I've led in this product mode. Ive found it much simpler to insure that investment follows opportunity and to give teams clear ownership of their deliverables. You build services differently when you know you own them for the long haul.
november 2017
The 2017 Christmas Catalog — Tools and Toys
Well thought through list of Christmas presents for people that like a certain kind of thing. I’m actually not sure what that is, but I would fit in that category.
november 2017
Your personality and your brain | Scott Schwefel | TEDxBrookings - YouTube
I’m a big fan of [Insights Discovery](https://www.insights.com/products/insights-discovery) and an equally big fan of [Scott Schwefel](http://scottschwefel.com). I met Scott when we were both on the [CaringBridge](https://www.caringbridge.org) board and got exposed to the Insights program in an offsite we did with that board. I've brought more than a hundred people through the program at SPS and I find it an immensely valuable training and tool. I didn’t know that Scott did this [TEDx](https://www.ted.com/about/programs-initiatives/tedx-program) talk. He's a great presenter with equally great content. 👏🏻🏆
november 2017
Introducing the New Drip — Kickstarter
Cool new offering from Kickstarter that is in-line with platforms like Patreon. High quality platforms that can be a means to send financial support to various individuals doing compelling things seem like a good idea. I don't know that they will ever amount to a huge opportunity for creators, but it’s a good channel.
november 2017
Toronto - The Incredible Rise of Tech
Promotional but good in-depth article about the rapid growth of the technology sector in Toronto. We have an office in Toronto which has given me a very small glimpse into that city. There are numerous companies looking at opening Toronto locations.
november 2017
Roadster | Tesla
Amazing new version of the Tesla Roadster. 0-60 mph in **1.9 seconds!** 😲
november 2017
Fly the airplane: Three practices for effective incident response | ITProPortal
Key things to consider in incident response to technology issues. I like the callout to Gawande's [Checklist Manifesto](https://rwbook.club/book/the-checklist-manifesto/), a fabulous book!
november 2017
Tim Berners-Lee on the future of the web: 'The system is failing' | Technology | The Guardian
The inventor of the web is very concerned about the direction things are going. I'd agree with him. We aren't guaranteed a free and open Internet. We have to make that happen.
november 2017
GTD in 15 minutes – A Pragmatic Guide to Getting Things Done
Simple, approachable guide to the GTD methodology. I like to keep these around since different people like different overviews.
november 2017
Highlights from Python Marathon by SPS Commerce in Ukraine | SPS Commerce
Cool even that our team in Ukraine organized for Python developers in Kyiv! 👏
november 2017
Topicbox: modern group email discussions
Interesting new offering from [Fastmail](https://www.fastmail.com/). I use Fastmail for my personal email. Looks a lot like a message board but tied more tightly to email.
november 2017
On Being - Daniel Kahneman - Why We Contradict Ourselves and Confound Each Other
Kahneman is amazing and I greatly enjoyed his [Thinking Fast and Slow](https://rwbook.club/book/thinking-fast-and-slow/). It’s one of those books that keeps coming to mind over and over after you've read it.
november 2017
On Being - Atul Gawande - What Matters in the End
I’m a big fan of [Atul Gawande](http://atulgawande.com) and this episode of On Being is focused on the material in [Being Mortal](http://atulgawande.com/book/being-mortal/), a book I think **everyone** should read.
november 2017
Containers Podcast
Good audio series in the spirit of [The Box](https://rwbook.club/book/the-box/), which [my book club](https://rwbook.club) read a long time before I joined. An amazing look into how impactful the containerization of shipping has been on the world. Also on [iTunes](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/containers/id1209559177?mt=2).
november 2017
Datasette: instantly create and publish an API for your SQLite databases
This is a really cool project to make public data sets available via a JSON API. Datasette dynamically creates an API for any [SQLite database](http://sqlite.org), and there is a handy utility for Python to turn any CSV into a SQLite database. This writeup of [making a datasette for Polar Bears](https://gist.github.com/simonw/9f8bf23b37a42d7628c4dcc4bba10253) is a good overview. Super easy and simple project doing a good thing. [Listing of datasettes](https://github.com/simonw/datasette/wiki/Datasettes). 👏
november 2017
How Many Robots Does It Take to Fill a Grocery Order? - Bloomberg
This is worth looking at just for the video of the robots on an elevated grid or matrix moving around and picking things. I strongly believe we are just seeing the beginning of this type of automation, and this isn't even combined with any intelligence. Employment problems lie ahead. 😒
november 2017
Glitch: write fun small web projects instantly - Julia Evans
Overview of Glitch that sounds pretty awesome for doing small web projects and sharing them. 💚
november 2017
Turn off retweets!
Simple project from [Julia Evans](https://jvns.ca) that allows you to turn retweets off for everyone you follow on Twitter. i've long wanted a feature on Twitter to do this. Used this right away and all retweets are disabled. 😁
november 2017
Entering the Quantum Era—How Firefox got fast again and where it’s going to get faster – Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
I may have to give Firefox a look for the first time in several years. I love the ethos of Firefox, particularly the pro-privacy positions, but the performance has been so bad as to be comical. This is a nice, approachable writeup on how they have focused on performance. Even people that are less technical may find this interesting as it gives a glimpse into how your browser works and the complex processes involved with making software very fast.
november 2017
The Case for RSS — MacSparky
I've **always** been a big user of RSS. Nearly all of the content I discover on the web every week come from RSS. I like that Sparks is highlighting his use and advocating for it. I've been thinking that we need to make these tools more visible for people.
november 2017
Big Brother isn't just watching: workplace surveillance can track your every move | World news | The Guardian
Employee monitoring is an entire industry in itself. I have usually seen this for monitoring website activity to protect companies against security threats and to restrict access to inappropriate content. It’s not a big leap to take that further into general productivity monitoring and even into recommending productivity improvements for people. This is an interesting article to read just to consider what your employer may know about what is going on on your computer.

Once you leave the realm of protecting your organization and start monitoring what people are doing by keystrokes or time in applications I think you need to be really careful and I'd recommend against doing it entirely.
november 2017
America’s ‘Retail Apocalypse’ Is Really Just Beginning
Enlightening read on the debt issues that many retailers are facing. Also a great example of telling a story with charts.
november 2017
Culture is the Behavior You Reward and Punish – jocelyngoldfein
This is a great way to get at a topic that can sometimes seem hard to quantify. I've done this with teams before but slightly different by asking people to describe our culture in writing and then frequency match that. I think that approach probably biases to positive outcomes. I like this one since it takes a less obvious path.
november 2017
Gremlin - Break things on purpose.
Interesting tooling to allow you to inject failure conditions into an environment at the infrastructure level. Saw this at Chaos Community Day and it struck me as a really interesting and quick way to get started with chaos testing.
november 2017
How Balanced does Database Migrations with Zero-Downtime » Balanced: Blog
On one hand it’s sort of amazing that it’s 2017 and we are still figuring out the best way to do database migrations in production. On the other hand, it’s really hard to do and has a lot of edge cases that are specific to your problem domain and solution. I think it’s interesting to see how organizations do these with little to no downtime. It’s not easy to do.
november 2017
walrus — redis toolkit for python
Very nice Python library to provide easier to use objects backed by [Redis](https://redis.io). Some of the examples would be very useful to bootstrap a new project very quickly. 👍
november 2017
How Facebook Figures Out Everyone You've Ever Met
There is an aspect of social networks, particularly big ones like Facebook, that most people don't think of at all – the information you are giving up on your friends and family. Most think they are trading their privacy for value, but in reality you are also trading your friends and families.

> Behind the Facebook profile you’ve built for yourself is another one, a shadow profile, built from the inboxes and smartphones of other Facebook users. Contact information you’ve never given the network gets associated with your account, making it easier for Facebook to more completely map your social connections.

You think you are "off" social media and never created a profile? No way. If any of the people you ever email or chat with are on social media you are. And you are connected to them.

This activity is some of the worst to me because you do not know it is happening and there is no way to opt out.
november 2017
The Booming Japanese Rent-a-Friend Business - The Atlantic
Ahh, what? You can hire an actor to be a fake father to your child? Or hire an entire half of a marriage ceremony? 🤯
november 2017
Orion Icon Library
In the category of shiny objects I like to check out icon libraries are close to charting libraries and typefaces. This one is pretty interesting since it is all [SVG](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scalable_Vector_Graphics) based. Plus, the animation on the first load is amazing. 🤓
november 2017
Sean Parker unloads on Facebook "exploiting" human weakness
[Sean Parker](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sean_Parker) was the first President of Facebook and was there for the origin. He's now become a "conscientious objector" to social media.

> "The thought process that went into building these applications, Facebook being the first of them, ... was all about: 'How do we consume as much of your time and conscious attention as possible?'"

When I see things like this I wonder how different is this than the tobacco industry? Tobacco is naturally addicting, but social media was designed to be addicting knowing the feedback cycles of the brain. In one case the companies got lucky with tobacco, in another Facebook designed a product with every intent to create addiction. Is there a big difference? Which is worse?

It’s also notable how many tech leaders and innovators have turned off social media over recent years. Many have opted out entirely, others have clearly determined it a PR channel that they use for a specific objective.
november 2017
Al Franken Just Gave the Speech Big Tech Has Been Dreading
It makes me very proud that our MN State Senator [Al Franken](https://www.franken.senate.gov) has a passion for [digital issues](https://www.franken.senate.gov/?p=issue&id=178). He's been vocal about [Net Neutrality](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Net_neutrality) for many years.
november 2017
Field Nation CFO Lillemoe guides tech firm through explosive growth - Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
I got the pleasure of working with Kent when I was at 8thBridge and have been recently been able to do so again as an advisor to Field Nation. Well deserved recognition! 👏
november 2017
wiby.me - the search engine for old school websites
What was the web like a decade ago? This search engine only indexes sites that comply with "old school" practices on the web.
november 2017
Do You Remember? The Life and legacy of Hüsker Dü : NPR
I've been listening to this 5-part series from [The Current](https://www.thecurrent.org) about [Hüsker Dü](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hüsker_Dü). I never got to see them play live but have all of their albums. One of the iconic Minneapolis bands. 🎶
november 2017
Qeepsake - Text Msg Baby Journal
One of the first pitches I’ve seen on Shark Tank that seemed like a good idea.
november 2017
A Few Random Thoughts After 24 Hours of iPhone X — MacSparky
Some more initial reactions on iPhone X, this time from David Sparks. Curious to see his highlights. Notable that he doesn't like the notch, and also that Face ID seems to work very well.
november 2017
The Existential Terror of Battle Royale —Coding Horror
I don't do a lot of multiplayer gaming but reading this got me caught up with how evolved the world of gaming has gotten. This made me think of the [Hunger Games](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hunger_Games).

> I didn't intend for this to happen, but to me, the Battle Royale game mode perfectly captures the zeitgeist of the current moment, and matches my current state of mind to a disturbing degree. It's an absolutely terrifying experience of every human for themselves, winner takes all, with impossible odds. There are moments it can be thrilling, even inspiring, but mostly it's harsh and unforgiving.
november 2017
Grammarly Keyboard for iOS — Tools and Toys
I’m a subscriber to [Grammarly](https://www.grammarly.com/) and find it very useful, particularly for professional things. I grabbed this iOS keyboard app right away and it is really good for a first iteration!
november 2017
iPhone X: Some Early Impressions – Om Malik
Some great first-hand observations from Om Malik on his early impressions of the iPhone X. Om is a solid photographer and his praise of the screen and camera is enticing. I also was happy to read his more _real world_ feedback on Face ID and that it mostly just works.
november 2017
Signal >> Blog >> Standalone Signal Desktop
Nice to see Signal bringing encrypted messaging 🔐 as a native application! 👏
november 2017
André Staltz - The Web began dying in 2014, here's how
The origin story of the Internet is all around decentralization. In practice, it has resulted in more consolidation of activity than perhaps any other medium in history. Why?
november 2017
iPhone X: Tomorrow's iPhone today - Six Colors
Jason Snell writes about his experience with the iPhone X and the beginning of the next era of the iPhone.

> The iPhone X is as close as Apple has come yet to the ultimate form of a smartphone: a glass slab made entirely of touchscreen.
november 2017
The history of MarketWatch: How a sports data startup became a half-billion-dollar financial news site - Outside the Box - MarketWatch
On the 20th anniversary of the launch of MarketWatch Larry Kramer wrote an article to revisit the origin of the site. Nice walk down memory lane!
november 2017
GraphQL at massive scale: GraphQL as the glue in a microservice architecture
Interesting article on IBM's adoption of GraphQL at large scale.

> He got excited about the potential of GraphQL very quickly, but received pushback from others initially. This is the story of how he shepherded adoption of GraphQL at IBM to the point where, today, it is deployed at massive scale.
november 2017
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