Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 31st January 2014 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: Cisco And That Burning Platform Again – Forbes – Ben Kepes blgoging at Forbes has his own take on Cisco holding on to it’s legacy of high margins […]
Archives for January 2014
“I’m always worried that I’ll be wrong”. “What if my article has a mistake ?”. One of the most common objections to publishing a blog post is fear of public humiliation.
Take it from me. You are worried about the wrong problem. Here is how you should be thinking….
In last weeks Packet Pushers episode Show 177 – Current Practices I speculated about the relationship of Cisco and QNX. Turns out that most of what I discussed was wide of the mark and partly incorrect.
The entire purpose of ITIL was to manage failure and that’s why working in companies using is such a miserable work life. ITIL is focussing on the problem of failure instead of creating success. Welcome to the mis-managed IT process of “not failing” but also “not good” infrastructure of 2014. Yes, I’m all ranty and agitated about it.
Network Dictionary: Sonic Screwdriver