Speaking of nachos, more earnings this week. Plus, identity theft.
There’s a clutch of data breaches this week and Coté finally learns why this is bad. Also, monitoring company IPOs, nachos, and the eating management and the terrors of European fry condiment management.
- I’m making my way to the microphone. The only way I know how.
- We need to start a YouTube channel where we do webinar reactions.
- We got some cool stuff to talk about with this latest breach.
- I just wanted a meal and now I have a problem to solve.
- I think I have some swamp stuff in Europe for the geographic oddity section.
- That’s my problem, I don’t like fun.
- Back to nachos
- The nacho of nachos
- Speaking of nachos, more earnings this week.
- The nonsense was the logs, not the log reader.
- Unnonsense your nonsense.
- Cause lawyers get paid.
- No time for the infinite scrolling ban.
- He had an affinity for green glass.
Relevant to your interests
- All about Pivotal stuff on kubernetes - Richard and Coté discuss it on this week’s Pivotal Conversations episode.
- The inevitability of K8s: Pivotal CEO describes the pain and benefits of technology transition
- Apple Acquiring the Majority of Intel's Smartphone Modem Business
- Google Cloud's annual revenue run rate disclosure adds color to cloud race | ZDNet
- Google Cloud to run VMware Cloud Foundation workloads
- Google debuts migration tool for its Anthos hybrid cloud platform
- Google teams up with VMware to bring more enterprises to its cloud
- Oracle has quietly altered course on the way it sells its 'private-cloud' product, a key area of its cloud-computing strategy
- Google Cloud’s run rate is now over $8B
- Amazon reports $63.4 billion in Q2 2019 revenue: AWS up 37%, subscriptions up 37%, and ‘other’ up 37%
- Microsoft reports $33.7 billion in Q4 2019 revenue: Azure up 64%, Surface up 14%, and LinkedIn up 25%
- Why Zoom Is the Best Videoconferencing Service
- URGENT/11 VxWorks RTOS Vulnerabilities Found, Critical Systems Affected
- GitHub restricts developer accounts based in Iran, Crimea, and other countries under US sanctions
- Write like an Amazanion
- A former Amazon employee hacked the credit card data of 100 million Americans
- Amazon refuses blame for massive Capital One data breach, says its cloud services were "not compromised in any way"
- FTC warns Equifax claimants will get 'nowhere near' $125 cash payout
- Microsoft will drop Skype for Business Online on July 31, 2021 | ZDNet
- Proposed US law would ban infinite scroll, autoplaying video
- Should your B2B brand create social media stories?
- Datadog IPO: Cloud-based Monitoring's Next Move? - ChannelE2E
- Dynatrace Prices IPO Above Range At $16/Share, Valuing The Software Company At $4.5B
- IBM Fired as Many as 100,000 in Recent Years, Lawsuit Shows
- Our Favorite Laptop Backpacks for 2019
- This is a black and white photograph. Only the lines have colour.
- Contact Lenses That Can Change Focus and Zoom When You Blink Move Closer to Reality
- Technician keeps computer made in 1959 still humming along：The Asahi Shimbun
- Celsius vs.Fahrenheit
- Get real good-like at talking English.
- Will Matt Ray give an Emacs keynote?
Conferences, et. al.
- August 30th - Agile Scotland, Glasgow - Coté giving 90 minute workshop. Use the code AS-SPEAKER-MICHAEL for a discount: from £70 to £56.13.
- Oct 7th to 10th - SpringOne Platform, Oct 7th to 10th, Austin Texas - get $200 off registration before August 20th. Come to the EMEA party if you’re in EMEA.
- Oct 9th to 10th - Cloud Expo Asia Singapore, Oct 9th and 10th
- Oct 10th to 11th - DevOpsDays Sydney 2019, October 10th and 11th
- Kubeyland 2019 via Justin Garrison
- December - 2019, a city near you: The 2019 SpringOne Tours are posted: Toronto Dec 2nd and 3rd, São Paulo Dec 11th and 12th.
- December 12-13 2019 - Kubernetes Summit Sydney
- Italy had a swamps that were drained: “The road proved difficult to keep above water. Under Augustus, a compromise was reached with the construction of a parallel canal. The part of the marsh above sea level was successfully drained by channels, and new agricultural land of legendary fertility came into being. Whenever the channels were not maintained, the swamp reappeared. Meanwhile, frequent epidemics of malaria at Rome and elsewhere kept the reclamation issue alive. Under Benito Mussolini's regime in the 1930s, the problem was nearly solved by placing dikes and pumping out that portion of the marsh below sea level. It continues to need constant maintenance. Italian confidence in the project was so high, the city placed by Mussolini in 1932 in the center of the marsh, Latina, became the capital of a new province, Latina.”
- There were German colonies - mostly in Africa.
SDT news & hype
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- Brandon built the Quick Concall iPhone App and he wants you to buy it for $0.99.
- Use the code SDT to get $20 off Coté’s book, Digital WTF, so $5 total.
- Brandon: Running from Cops.
- Matt: Stories from the Frontlines of Synthetic Fraud
- Coté: Grolsch Blond; Freak Kingdom and The Gonzo Tapes.