Resilient Coders – Call for Support

I am excited to be working with Resilient Coders, a deeply impactful non-profit that is equipping young people, ages 18 to 26, with skills for careers in tech. Resilient Coders has had great success with their Bootcamp model, graduating 21 youth from an intensive, 7-week immersive environment in 2016 in which they learned HTML, responsive... Continue Reading →

IoT World 2016: A conference of connectivity and confusion

At IoT World, it was a flurry of Internet of Things' potential and platforms paired with an overwhelming sense of confusion and questions with few answers. At the IoT World 2016 conference, there was a real sense of energy and excitement about the potential for the connected device ecosystem to change the world. Over 12,000... Continue Reading →

So Much To Read, So Little Time…

Recently I was having a conversation with someone and we got on the topic of books and what we had read recently. We've all had this conversation many times, but it struck me that lately many people suffer from the same conundrum - too many books and not enough time. In addition to the stack... Continue Reading →

theCUBE Interview at EMC World 2013

Here is a video of me discussing the current state of cloud providers and where the industry is going live inside theCUBE with Wikibon’s John Furrier and Stu Miniman from the floor of EMC World 2013 in Las Vegas. Thank you to ServiceMesh for inviting me to speak. (c) 2013 John Treadway / CloudBzz /... Continue Reading →

VMware’s OpenStack Hook-up

VMware has applied to join the OpenStack Foundation, potentially giving the burgeoning open source cloud stack movement a huge dose of credibility in the enterprise. There are risks to the community in VMware’s involvement, of course, but on the balance this could be a pivotal event. There is an alternative explanation, which I will hit... Continue Reading →

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