‘The traditional server request/response model for computing comes from an imperative programming model, though an events-based model really is more of a functional programming model, she noted. “Functional programming models work really, really well for distributed systems,” she said.’
Original source: Microservices: It’s All About the Events
“I had experienced being judged as a mother, when I periodically left my son with my husband from the age of six months – he is six now – to go away to write. I only departed for a week at a time. But who knows what I might have done had I lived in 1940s Southern Rhodesia, trapped in a life of coffee mornings and sundowners, worrying, as Lessing did, that the time when she could openly be herself might never come.”
Original source: The parent trap: can you be a good writer and a good parent?
Gotta find and manage all that middleware.
Original source: The History of the Service Mesh
“PKS will provide a comfortable environment to run freshly containerized legacy workloads and packaged software in an on-premise model to start, if desired, on top of VMWare vSphere.”
Original source: PKS: The answer for “everything else” in your data center
“The larger problem, as we have pointed out before, is that it is very difficult to make a buck in the server, storage, and networking business with so many big buyers pushing down prices, enterprises shifting some compute from their own datacenters to public clouds (and therefore some of their budgets from capex to opex), and so many companies competing to sell wares to datacenters.”
Original source: The New HPE Sheriff Lays Down The Hybrid IT Law
“We have got a huge, competitive disadvantage in American businesses, far more important than any tax change, in terms of our healthcare costs.”
Original source: Warren Buffett reveals more details about healthcare venture with JPMorgan and Amazon
“All the ‘demands’ millennials have that people think are so outrageous are things everyone wants–work/life balance, recognition when they do a good job, a sense of purpose–this is all stuff managers should be giving to their employees, anyway,” says Michael Greer, a digital marketing consultant who has led employee training and development initiatives for over a decade. “The complaints and demands you’re hearing from your millennial employees are the same ones everyone else is grumbling about where you can’t hear them.”
Original source: Why Are We Still Talking About the ‘Millennial Problem’ in the Workfor
“Founded in 2007, Dropbox epitomizes the freemium go-to-market. Dropbox has grown from 0 to 500 million users over that time period. 2% of those users convert to paid and pay an average of $9.33 per month. 90% of revenue originates through self serve channels – an astounding figure for company that generated more than $1B in revenue last year.”
Original source: Dropbox S-1 Analysis – The King of Freemium