Technology mastery will be increasingly in the hands of the very few as a dwindling number of folks are willing, or perhaps even able, to create a mental state of focused learning. The application delivery stacks are enormously more complex than they were 25 years ago. Learning them requires a huge amount of focus over long periods of time.
How I can create deep content if my mind is usually in a broken mirror state, challenged by outside thoughts and ideas all of the time?
In my role as co-founder of Packet Pushers, I do some amount of sales and marketing of the show to sponsors. Our philosophy of sponsorship is very simple. The audience knows when content is sponsored. Period. We don’t hide it. We don’t disguise sponsored content as non-sponsored content in the hope that the audience doesn’t […]
I’ll be at VMworld in a couple of weeks. If you’re a vendor that would like to chat, please schedule me. I’d be happy to meet. If you’re a fellow IT engineer, I’d be happy to meet up as well. I’ll be hanging with folks from Tech Field Day, as well as Chris Wahl, so […]
Klout, for those unfamiliar, has for years been a vaguely useful tool for measuring social media influence. You plug your social media accounts into Klout, gears spin up in the cloud, and Klout spits out a score from 1-100. The higher the score, the greater your social media influence is supposed to be. As best […]