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Richi Jennings
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Editor, analyst, writer, fool.
Editor, analyst, writer, fool.

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“People think that stories are shaped by people. In fact, it's the other way around.”
― Terry Pratchett (RIP)
/v @Danealle13
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My book is for sale on Walmart now!

Just in time for the holiday season, Walmart is selling my book GASTRONOMAD! (It’s the perfect gift for that travel-loving foodie in your life!)

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Gastronomad-The-Art-of-Living-Everywhere-and-Eating-Everything/820742026

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Edge had matured into a decent Web browser. But, Chrome and open source would win out.
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The RISC-V specification has an impressive ecosystem building around it.
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Corporate #autism and #neurodiversity programs are reaching a critical mass—to the IT community's benefit.
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My latest review of personal cloud services. What's the best? It depends on your needs.
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Kubernetes user? Drop everything and patch NOW
The #Kubernetes +Kubernetes project has disclosed a super-critical #infosec bug that’s in every supported version (and probably loads of unsupported ones, too).

Patches are available, unless you’re on an unsupported version (entirely possible—the oldest supported upstream version came out about nine months ago).

Time to panic? In this week’s #SecurityBlogwatch at #TechBeacon, +Richi Jennings pitches patches:

https://techbeacon.com/kubernetes-user-drop-everything-patch-now
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Top 13 conferences for CIOs in 2019

A busy CIO has to juggle so many priorities that it's hard to keep up with what's happening in the industry. Yet it's important to determine which developments are actually useful to the organization and which are more hype than reality. These conferences can help IT executives monitor the latest trends and learn what really matters.
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