[08:40] What is a team, (in Organization Theory): A structure in an Organization chart that allows their Strengths to be amplified and weaknesses to be compensated for.
Speaker is the Inventor of PowerShell Language.
- Whats the Fire in their belly for Developers : Passion for coding .
- There are people with passionate for fitting into their budget! – Dev Managers, Leads – has Focus/Mastery over the Details.
- Best structure for implementing Change is through a framework called “When-Then”
- Eg. When you see a cheese cake then, Walk away! — This is called ServerLess Computing. Event driven programming – Series of Triggers and Actions.
Jeffrey Snover is a Technical Fellow at Microsoft and the Chief Architect for the Enterprise Cloud Group which includes Azure Stack, Windows Server, System Center and Operations Management Suite. Snover is the inventor of Windows PowerShell, an object-based distributed automation engine, scripting language, and command line shell. Snover joined Microsoft in 1999 as divisional architect for the Management and Services Division, providing technical direction across Microsoft’s management technologies and products. Snover has over 30 years of industry experience with a focus on management technologies and solutions. He was an architect in the office of the CTO at Tivoli and a development manager at NetView. He has worked also as a consulting engineer and development manager at DEC, where he led various network and systems management projects. Snover is a frequent speaker at industry and research conferences on a variety of cloud, management and language topics.
A conversation with Brendan Burns: Career Development
In this video, you’ll hear first-hand from the inventor of Kubernetes, Brendan Burns, about his experiences as a developer and how to find and follow the ideal career path that’s best for you.
[4:00] – Kubernetes is the longest I’ve ever done anything at about 7 years. So it’s cool.
No.1 of Advise that I tell everybody, especially when they’re starting out, focus on Learning.
People say, should I switch jobs/companies?
– Well, are you enjoying yourself and are you still learning?
Learning is a really great sign of whether you are in the right place or not.
If you’re still feeling challenged, if you’re still feeling learning, it doesn’t matter if you’re in the same place for 20 years. As long as you continue to develop and learn. Try lots of things, be comfortable with the process of going from knowing nothing to knowing little bit to having some degree of mastery.
[ 5:32 ] – what do you wish someone had told you?
[ 6:06 ] – What are some of the biggest lessons you learned?
one of the biggest lessons learned Was to know when it’s time to stop(for projects – people struck with it way past the time).
You can’t be attached. You can’t get too attached.
The inevitable trajectory of all software is death. Like every piece of software that you write is eventually going to be deleted. Even Kubernetes is eventually going to be deleted. So accepting that and being comfortable with that – is really important because, otherwise you may make bad decisions(being with attachment).
The other thing that I learned was the importance of community and working together. That’s been a huge thing.
[ 7:42 ] – What sorts of goals have you set for yourself this year?
Do better job, Build tools for people using K8s. I love what’s going on with no code, low code stuff.
But I think we need to figure out how we bridge it. How do we take it from no code all the way through
to really advanced code in a seamless way.
For more references – check here – https://devblogs.microsoft.com/devops/