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Lessons from the Phoenix Project–Leave Slack

Not @Slack, but slack time, time when you aren’t buried on a particular project. In the book, The Phoenix Project, the Brent character is the jack of all trades, the one that everyone goes to to fix and solve problems. … Continue reading

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The Developer’s Guide to Azure–A Good Overview

Someone sent me a link a few weeks back  about a free book from Microsoft. It’s the Developer’s Guide to Azure, and you can download it in Kindle or other formats. I actually got it for the Kindle on my … Continue reading

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Good DevOps Books to Read

I was interviewed recently at DevOps.com talking about the database as a part of DevOps. As part of the interview, Alan Shimel asked me for a book recommendation. After that, I decided I should recommend a few books that I’ve … Continue reading

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Drive

I saw a short talk from Dan Pink a few months back from this year’s TED conference. It’s very cool, and worth watching. After watching the video, I bought the book, Drive. This book goes through some the reasons why … Continue reading

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