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Dare Obasanjo
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As promised, my thoughts on DevOps as we practice it at work. 
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For once you could blog about the good thing   #microsoft   is doing instead of always talking about #google  
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The incredible pettiness of Google on the Youtube #WP8 app is mind blowing. Another example of giving up the pretense 
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My bad, although my childish rant is based on a decade of on-the-job IE-induced stress. :)
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Many are stubborn in pursuit of the path they have chosen, few in pursuit of the goal.

We had a path (open protocols, federation, etc) but lost sight of the goal -- delivering a useful system that people can use and enjoy.

Fret not, the best thing about the technology industry is that it changes, adapts and reconfigures quickly.  I fully expect in the future that there will be a change in the calculus where systems trend to more interoperable because that delivers more user value.

We'll be ready.
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In case you've ever wondered about this. 
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Some thoughts on recent announcements by Amazon & Google about their forays into autonomous robots. 
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How about a combination of the two?  Imagine ordering a package that a drone in a massive factory carries to drop off to an automated semi-truck.  That semi-truck drives itself to an airport, where a fully automated cargo plane carries it to another location, where it's put into an automated delivery truck, which uses these small drones to automatically drop it off on the front step of someone (which bypasses a lot of the issues of walking or rolling robots dealing with stairs and such.)

The bigger question then becomes, in an environment when there are already more workers than jobs, what do we do with all the people eliminated from working on these things?
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My first Android app. Let me know what you think. 
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As part of my ongoing quest to keep my development skills sharp, I've started kicking the tires on Android development after developing a number of Windows Phone & Windows 8 apps. Here's my initial "Hello World" app. Let me know what you think. 

Definitely interesting differences between Android & Windows Phone. 
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Will be interesting to hear your experience about differences between WP and Android development
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Impressive work by Samsung hosting an event about a new #Android phone with #Google services and not mentioning either "Android" or "Google"
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It is interesting indeed, at least a mention is necessary since the hardware cannot run by itself without this android platform, may be it is deliberate...what do you think?
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