Diffy finds potential bugs in your service by running instances of your new and old code side by side. It behaves as a proxy and multicasts whatever requests it receives to each of the running instances. It then compares the responses, and reports any regressions that surface from these comparisons.
Videos of all the conference talks should be online in a couple weeks.
I have no idea why it's hunting this way, but it's quite pleasing to watch.
h/t for this lovely clip.
I am refreshingly cool in the summer and comfortingly warm in the winter.
I think learning computer languages is fun.
I think people are more important than computers.
I am addicted to books.
I am scared of paper cuts.
I am short for my height.
I am funny, sad, energetic, and optimistic.
I think listening is more important than talking.
I think speaking up is more important than staying silent.
I'm not afraid of you, I'm afraid of me.
- Kindly OpsCEO, 2015 - presentDevOps, Site Reliability, Security. HIPAA compliance, Continuous Delivery, monitoring, performance. Kubernetes, CoreOS.
- PDACTO, 2012 - 2015Hacking behavioral healthcare. Responsible for technology vision, software development, and technical operations.
- CanonicalVP Core Development & Operations, 2006 - 2012
- MySQLDirector, Server Engineering, 2005 - 2006
- VERITAS / Seagate SoftwareSenior Staff Software Engineer, 1998 - 2005
- Siemens Stromberg-CarlssonNational Support & Service Supervisor, 1994 - 1998
- Sun City SepticLaborer
- Luv N Youshipping clerk