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The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
The limits of sharing craft
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  1. Bringing the whole enchilada: The limits of sharing craft Donnie Berkholz 10.20.2005 January 2014
  2. Developers: The center of our worldview
  3. Everything is converging ● Operations ● Data ● Design
  4. “Infrastructure as code”
  5. #monitoringsucks / #monitoringlove
  6. APIs, SDKs, CI
  7. The split at data stores Developers choose Sysadmins choose
  8. The best Dev Experience (DX) wins
  9. What about the data analysts? KDNuggets, summer 2012
  10. The skills gap NVP survey of execs, summer 2012
  11. Donnie Berkholz dberkholz@redmonk.com Twitter/IRC: dberkholz Disclosures: AWS, Chef, Splunk, CloudBees (Jenkins), AnsibleWorks, and Basho are clients. GitHub, Puppet Labs, and Black Duck (Ohloh) have been clients.

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