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Changing Etsy's Architectural Foundations with Continuous Deployment

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  • mdg149 Matt Graham Hey, thanks for the feedback! Glad you liked the hand-drawn graphs. One time I got sick of trying to make a chart drawing program do what I wanted, so I decided to draw them myself. I figured I could get away with it since I work at Etsy, the handmade marketplace.

    Enabling the unfeasible is about taking changes that would be too risky to do normally, and breaking them down into small enough chunks that they can be done safely.

    It is a lot of slides but I was able to get through it in ~40 minutes. Some of the slides were only up for a few seconds to get a laugh or something. And as you say, it was for a technical conference. Within the domain, this is talking about a different approach to what is otherwise a famliar topic.
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  • DavidCollins1 David Collins, Was a nuclear power engineer at retired Actually I forgot, you are not presenting to Etsy people, you are presenting to people familiar with architecture, so forget everything I just said. ; ) 1 year ago
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  • DavidCollins1 David Collins, Was a nuclear power engineer at retired Lots and lots of slides. Enough for a 3 hour presentation. Tip: never forget you are way way familiar with this stuff, and 95% are way way unfamiliar with it, so keep it slow and simple and fundamental, talk like you are presenting to a child, like Dean's kids Zack or Noah or even Akira. Just from looking at the slides, I think you are already aware of this, but if you try to cover all the ground you have laid out, you will almost certainly leave most of the people in the dust scratching their heads, wondering what just happened. ; ) 1 year ago
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  • DavidCollins1 David Collins, Was a nuclear power engineer at retired A tale of 6 bugs looks like it will be both fun and instructional, and the phrase 'enable the unfeasible' makes me curious, makes me think: 'whaaaat?' ; ) 1 year ago
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  • DavidCollins1 David Collins, Was a nuclear power engineer at retired I like the humour and the handwritten graphs, it makes them more people-friendly for lower tech people and I think more digestible. 1 year ago
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