IT organizations spend a lot of time trying to eliminate single points of failure in their systems. Equally problematic is the “single person of failure” problem, which can have consequences that are just as disastrous.
This is a quote from the blog A Not Very Short Introduction to Docker by Anders Janmyr, perhaps one of top techie bloggers in the world who speaks with such clarity, that even non-techies understand. Now when everything is crystal clear, what does...
If I could make one prediction for 2016, and one prediction only, it would be that networks of GSD’ers, a.k.a. positive “change agents”, will be ever-increasingly important. Networked GSD’ers will need to include human and technology nodes, to include smart algorithms and other automated approaches to help augment human abilities.
As 2015 winds down and 2016 nears
am thankful for friends and work done this year
Thankful for those who share different views online
our rapidly changing world requires discourse that’s kind
Thankful for opportunities to make a positive impact
thankful for diverse insights and folks willing to act
Thankful most of all for positive change agents “getting stuff done”
overcoming obstacles with energy and making work fun