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jessie frazelle on Twitter: “Hire the people who will automate themselves out of a job, then just keep giving them jobs.”

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/12/31

This is what DevOps is all about: [WayBackjessie frazelle on Twitter: “Hire the people who will automate themselves out of a job, then just keep giving them jobs.”

I had seen the tweet before, but forgot to save it. Jonas Bandi reminded me of it at [WayBackWeekend Reader: End of Year Edition – reality-loop.

Jessie is doing great work. For instance, she developed and published, and nobody captured the flag yet: [WayBack] jessie frazelle on Twitter: «A year ago I made and it’s launched over 128,000 containers & no one has retrieved the flag».

The game runs in a container, gives you console access and has a bunch of questions. Still need to dig deeper in it, as it is a fascinating set-up. If you like to try it:

Wishing you a year where nobody captures your flags (:


via [WayBack] I just published my “Weekend Reader: End of Year Edition” – Jonas Bandi – Google+

Sorry this post became victim to the “Missed Schedule” issue (I finally found out there is a ridiculous limit of 100 scheduled posts over which scheduling becomes unreliable; this limit used to be much much larger in the past).

[WayBackWarning: Please do not schedule more than 100 posts. Any posts scheduled beyond that amount will not be published.



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