Cornavirus has arrived at the global level, it is likely only a matter of time before it is declared a world pandemic. Most are wondering how long it will stay and when will things go back to normal? Personally I think we reached the point, there will be no going back and that is not necessarily a bad thing. In this article we will discuss why the cornavirus is just as much an opportunity for the human race as it is a threat. We will discuss how technology can help and how a global world can function, disconnected.
Andi Presenting at Ansible Roadshow in June 2019
Andi and I in the lounge on our way back from a sales kickoff in 2016
It has been a few weeks since I learned of the tragic passing of my friend, colleague and mentor Andreas Neeb. I am just now able to gather my thoughts, in an attempt to pass on the lessons I learned from one of the truly great, Red Hatters. First I would like to remember how Andi and I became colleagues and friends.
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Iceland – has possibly the cheapest, most reliable energy source in the world and as such is not a bad place to build a cloud.
Attempting to understand cloud
There is still a ton of confusion around cloud computing. Not a day goes by that I don’t talk to someone or read something about cloud that has nothing to do with cloud. Continue reading
There is something romantic about coding, the flickering of the monitor, your ideas coming to life, no rules and in the darkness of night when your are too tired to think of why something cannot be done, a magical moment may just happen. Continue reading