Cloud First: On Forking, Forging and Foraging 10.20.2005Digital London March 2012
Fragmentation of Everything             2
Explosion of Forms        3
Cloud is eating the World           4
Craft Trumps Outsourcing          5
Forage 6
Then Forge    7
On Quality    8
Making Differences         9
Resolving Differences          10
In Praise of ForkingOpen Source used to count download numbers as ameasure of developer success.Today we increasingly use ...
No Permission Required     Source @cbtacey, AppFog     data from National Venture Capital Association and UNH Center for V...
The Value of Data“The lumber industry sells what used to bewaste — sawdust, chips, and shredded wood— for a pretty profit....
GitHub Change      14
Ohloh Monthly Contributors            15
Language Tiers      16
Embrace and extend: the sincerest form of flattery  “We saw more and more people were writing cloud applications in Java.”...
Build on CI    18
The End of No Software          19
A marriage of convenience: divide and rule                    20
A little too early        21
Cloud Factoring      22
CreditsPhotos:SF in Cloud – SF ChronicleCraftsman – A. Davey on FlickrForge – Stewart Black on FlickrRiveting – Encycloped...
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my talk at EclipseCon 2012. less beer in the talk than usual.

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Cloud first on forking, forging and foraging

  1. 1. Cloud First: On Forking, Forging and Foraging 10.20.2005Digital London March 2012
  2. 2. Fragmentation of Everything 2
  3. 3. Explosion of Forms 3
  4. 4. Cloud is eating the World 4
  5. 5. Craft Trumps Outsourcing 5
  6. 6. Forage 6
  7. 7. Then Forge 7
  8. 8. On Quality 8
  9. 9. Making Differences 9
  10. 10. Resolving Differences 10
  11. 11. In Praise of ForkingOpen Source used to count download numbers as ameasure of developer success.Today we increasingly use forks as the metric of traction. 11
  12. 12. No Permission Required Source @cbtacey, AppFog data from National Venture Capital Association and UNH Center for Venture Research 12
  13. 13. The Value of Data“The lumber industry sells what used to bewaste — sawdust, chips, and shredded wood— for a pretty profit. Today you’ll find theseby-products in synthetic fireplace logs,concrete, mulch, particle board, fuel, livestockand pet bedding, winter road traction, weedkilling and more.” Jason Fried, 37signals 13
  14. 14. GitHub Change 14
  15. 15. Ohloh Monthly Contributors 15
  16. 16. Language Tiers 16
  17. 17. Embrace and extend: the sincerest form of flattery “We saw more and more people were writing cloud applications in Java.” Amitabh Srivastava, Microsoft SVP Server and Cloud Division, announcing “first class support” for Java in Azure 17
  18. 18. Build on CI 18
  19. 19. The End of No Software 19
  20. 20. A marriage of convenience: divide and rule 20
  21. 21. A little too early 21
  22. 22. Cloud Factoring 22
  23. 23. CreditsPhotos:SF in Cloud – SF ChronicleCraftsman – A. Davey on FlickrForge – Stewart Black on FlickrRiveting – Encyclopedia of New ZealandForage – honestcooking.com 23
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