Registered and ready for — speaking Thursday morning on how to move beyond accidental architecture

Brisket & ribs finishing in oven and now it’s time for a tomahawk ribeye and some chicken

It’s and the first brisket of the season is in the smoker — ribs and chicken will be following it shortly

I’ll be giving my talk for at 11:40a CT — if you couldn’t be here, you can still join via the live stream: bit.ly/2DLaWfB

@brian_kephart the title is Building for Gracious Failure — looking at ways to improve visibility into failures and ways to address certain kinds of failure

Excited to finally be in for — looking forward to a great conference, new friends, and doing my best to deliver a valuable talk

I’ll be speaking at — always like meeting new folks. So, if you’re there, come find me!

Praying for all those suffering this morning and that God’s grace and mercy might be made known in response to these horrific events.

Several Americans killed in Sri Lanka attacks, Pompeo says, blaming ‘radical terrorists’ wapo.st/2KU5VaN

“A good [software] architect should lead by example. … Without a good understanding of the full range of technology, an architect is little more than a project manager.” — John Davies

“The best route to generality is through understanding known, specific examples and focusing on their essence to find an essential common solution. Simplicity through experience, rather than generality through guesswork.” — Kevlin Henney

Thoroughly enjoyed Brian Fies’ graphic novel on his family’s experience in the 2017 California wildfires — eye-opening even as one who lived through Hurricane Katrina

amzn.to/2Vb7UrW

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Thoroughly enjoying getting a chance to read this book after it was recommended to me years ago

oreil.ly/2CJgAhZ

Great insights from @martinfowler on how developers can have a more supportive and proactive role in relationship to customers and beyond

bit.ly/2CHX05M

Super excited to be rejoining the office of @mavenlink — my start date is set for April 1st but this is

I can’t agree with this more — in my current role I’ve been endeavoring to build up an agile process from first principles, starting with this one: always learning

Allen Holub on Twitter bit.ly/2URJAuL

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