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Burr Sutter
Works at Red Hat Software
Attended Auburn University Montgomery
Lives in Rolesville, NC
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Dropwizard, Spring Boot, WildFly Swarm, JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, Node.js, Vert.x, Hystrix, Docker, Kubernetes, OpenShift, Zipkin
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What do you think of our 2015 keynote demo? Launching 1026 Docker containers, end-user sketches, real-time web dashboards, BLE beacon tracking for IoT? https://youtu.be/wWNVpFibayA?t=1150
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And it definitely was impressive. The beacon is now on my keyring. Might build a few scanners and install them in the Munich office :-)
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As it says in the title, an Enterprise Developer's Journey (mine) to the IoT
From Enterprise to Mobile to IoT (Internet-of-Things) Developer This article by Alok Batra started me thinking about the unique differences between the Enterprise vs Mobile vs IoT development spaces and my own personal journe...
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Our Goodbye Project in Helloworld Microservices https://github.com/redhat-helloworld-msa/goodbye
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Launching 1000 containers with Openshift, real-life IoT application and a mobile app to tie it all together - 2015 Keynote Demo
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Holy... Outstanding, +Burr Sutter​. So now I finally grok what you were talking about while we were sitting in the airport waiting to leave. Slick stuff. Congrats. What a tremendous demo! Red Hat is not your grandfather's Linux company anymore. ;-)
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One killer aspect (there were many of them) from the Red Hat Summit and DevNation middleware keynote
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This weekends hack, LightBlue Bean with button communicates via BLE to Intel Edison, who sends out a MQTT message via WiFi to ActiveMQ, then another Intel Edison picks up the message, setting scratch data on a servo driving LightBlue Bean 
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Good stuff, Burr!
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  • Red Hat Software
    Sr Product Manager, 2006 - present
  • BravePoint
    Chief Technologist, 1998 - 2006
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  • Auburn University Montgomery
    Management Information Systems, 1987 - 1991
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We recently moved to Wake Forest and Over the Falls has already become a "once a week" kind of place for us. Sandwiches are fantastic, burgers are great. Recently went to "Taco Tuesday" and really enjoyed it. Great value for the money.
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There are several Chinese take out options around Heritage Wake Forest and I plan to try them all. Panda King's sesame chicken was goopy and very unappealing. The best thing that I can say about the fried rice is odd. We tried 4 different dishes, bottom line the average mall Chinese place maybe better. We threw a lot away.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Good
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My wife and I recently decided to take up shooting as a hobby. I haven't shot a handgun in over 20 years, nor have either one of us owned one. We ventured out to Bull's Eye on Sept 4th, after looking at several possible weapons at online sites. We found the staff to be very helpful, selection excellent and the prices comparable to what we would have paid online (we carry Droids, double checked pricing with a couple of quick searches). Since we were (still are) complete novices, we determined that the best way to get started was a test drive - they gave us a couple of similar guns from their rental counter, a brief introduction and let us blast away for about an hour. Overall it was a great experience, we have since gone back twice more to break in the guns we purchased. We have only interacted with the "weekend" staff and they have been great. One thing to keep in mind, their "sales people" are not on commission, they do not chase you around the store and during the weekends, you may need to wait your turn. We will keep going back and plan on teaching the kids something about gun safety (they had some recommendations for classes as well).
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