Coté Show: Patrick Debois on using serverless for a year and half, defining DevOps vs. SRE vs. design, and meatware over tools

Continuing the DevOpsDays Austin interview series, Barton and I talked with Patrick Debois on a variety of topics:

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Coté Show: Getting over resistance to change

Matt Curry is back! In this episode recorded at OSCON 2017, we discuss the problems with getting people to change, from staff to management, private sector and government.

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Coté Show #23: “I don’t have a horse or gun.” Or: We were born in Austin. Or: “you may all go to hell. I am going to Texas.”

Another episode of Charles’ and I’s “throw-back” to our Drunk and Retired Podcast days. This one, on the topic of people’s perceptions of Texas abroad.

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Coté Show #22: The Regular Show, Apple’s problem’s, Enterprise tech news blows

Charles and I resurect out old podcast. We’ll shoot for once every two weeks…I hope!

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Coté Show: Biz Dev, Defining an application, the atheist eagle scout, with JJ Asghar

Another interview, mostly on cloud and other dorky topics:

Having worked in cloud since before cloud, JJ and I talk about what companies are using various cloud things for. We also discuss the conceptual history of cloud, and what exactly he does as a “business development” person at Chef.

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Reactive applications, with Josh Long – Coté Show #18

While in San Francisco for a Pivotal meeting, I recorded an episode with Josh Long. We talk about what reactive programming is and why you’d use it. Also, dish towels. Also, check out the livestream of this if you’re into video.

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