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Best Chris Rimondi podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Chris Rimondi podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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A podcast about operations engineering work for software development organizations. This is a show by practitioners and for practioners in the devops, cloud infrastructure, site reliability engineering (SRE), or production engineering areas.
 
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We began the episode reviewing the State of DevOps report for 2019. Somehow we ended up discussing why your organizations KPI's should include memes. Reference: https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/devops-sre/the-2019-accelerate-state-of-devops-elite-performance-productivity-and-scaling https://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/28/magazine/what-google- ...…
 
Longtime Ruby developer and community figure, Marty Haught (@mghaught) joins the show to talk the state of Ruby in 2019. Marty shares his history in software development, the current state of Ruby, and his thoughts on the future of Rails framework. Reference: https://www.infoq.com/articles/programming-language-trends-2019/…
 
Are CMDBs still a thing in 2019? How do you keep up with asset inventories when more workloads are becoming ephemeral? Questions lead mostly to more questions but we do are best in thinking through. Plus, @jbecker42 hates on file integrity monitoring. References: https://aws.amazon.com/answers/account-management/aws-tagging-strategies/…
 
We all appreciated the HBO Miniseries 'Chernobyl'. An episode talking about software engineering lessons learned was inevitable. We bring in Andrei Secea (@asecea) as we explore parallels between his career in software engineering and the highlights of the show. Great episode talking to someone who was a bit closer to the events than most of us.…
 
John (@jbecker42) and Chris (crimondi) talk about 'An Elegant Puzzle: Systems of Engineering Management' by Will Larson (@Lethain). This great book made for great conversation!
 
Stephen Haywood (@averagesecguy), the Director of Penetration Testing for BSI AppSec, joins the show to talk network testing in the cloud. He has a ton of experience and does some compare/contrasting between legacy network testing and what its like to perform assessments in cloud. If you listen to the end you can hear Stephen and Chris share a ...…
 
Fresh off his European vacation, John (@jbecker42) discusses the importance of downtime. Comparisons are made between engineering teams and individuals as organisms; think what is your personal equivalent of paying down tech debt?
 
What is John's work philosophy? Find out how walking, cubicles, and the Beastie Boys are central to his career. Reference: Passionate Programmer - https://www.amazon.com/Passionate-Programmer-Remarkable-Development-Pragmatic-ebook/dp/B00AYQNR5U The Power Within - https://www.amazon.com/Unleash-Power-Within-Personal-Transform/dp/1442352663 Thou ...…
 
We visit the mono-repo vs multi-repo debate in this episode. We consider the decision from a security, usability, and of course pragmatic standpoint. Reference: https://medium.com/@patrickleet/mono-repo-or-multi-repo-why-choose-one-when-you-can-have-both-e9c77bd0c668 https://medium.com/@mattklein123/monorepos-please-dont-e9a279be011b…
 
Capabilities might be a bit of a buzz word lately, but John and Chris use it nonetheless. What are the capabilities of a Cloud Platform Engineering organization? Listen to hear what they think the core ones are.
 
Venkat Pothamsetty (@rkreddyp) brings his two decades of security experience to discuss the current state of patching. Venkat has a very pragmatic approach in his recommendation that balances security practices with business considerations. This is a great episode to listen to if your team is currently fighting ZombieLoad, BlueKeep, or a host o ...…
 
Doug Lane (@debuggist) joins the show to talk about the essentials in Cloud Platform Engineering. Doug has a great perspective based on years of experience of experience in the business. Reference: https://www.amazon.com/Every-Tools-Hammer-Life-What/dp/1982113472
 
John and Chris break down an article that suggests a very pragmatic way to ship software. John's pessimism far outweighs his pragmatism in this episode. The result is some hilarious conversation and great quotes on the reality of building software. Reference: 'How to ship a software project' https://medium.com/better-programming/how-to-ship-a-s ...…
 
Talk about sticking with your strengths; on this episode we double-down on failure. On the last show we discovered that having the right culture in place is necessary for getting effective postmortems. What does that culture look like? John and Chris pick apart Google's SRE book chapter on postmortem culture. Sadly we are still waiting on a tri ...…
 
On episode 26 we talk Root Cause Analysis (RCA). Chris has a short rant about timelines in RCAs and John warns listeners not to weaponize them. Blameless postmortems anyone? Reference https://landing.google.com/sre/sre-book/chapters/postmortem-culture/ https://www.isixsigma.com/tools-templates/cause-effect/determine-root-cause-5-whys/ https://w ...…
 
In this episode we talk about a thought provoking article by Edward Sizovs speaking to the investments in recruitment vs. training. John and Chris relate it to their experience and try to find the right balance for building a solid team. How does this all relate to the 'Daily Show'? Listen to find out! Article Referenced: https://sizovs.net/201 ...…
 
Dan White, the Technical Director and co-founder of PipeWorks, joins us to talk about software engineering, game development, deadlines, and Crunch Time! This is a fascinating view into gaming development. Dan has been in the business since the mid-90s and has a great perspective on how to manage deadlines and stakeholder expectations. What isn ...…
 
We conclude our hiring series with VP of Cloud Infrastructure Engineering Christos Kalantzis (@chriskalan). What does an effective job description look like? Excellent advice on structuring it so you get the right engineering talent to solve your business problems. Christos also explains why an interview panel is a great way to evaluate candida ...…
 
Jeff Combs (@JCombsSearch) from www.combssearch.com joins us to give a perspective on hiring from a cybersecurity recruiter with two decades of experience. Jeff provides great advice in a number areas. Find out how you are a 'complex solution set designed to solve business problems' and what Jeff means when he says 'Run for Mayor!' Ever think o ...…
 
John and Chris pause to reflect on some of the lessons learned from our hiring series from the perspective of the engineer. How should you invest in the portfolio that is your skillset? What personal habits can you cultivate that make you a more attractive hire? We have a fun, freeform conversation and these questions and more! References: The ...…
 
Matt Franz (@seclectech) joins POW for our second in a series of shows on hiring. Find out what you can learn by listening to a person that has experience reviewing thousands of resumes and conducting hundreds of interviews. Can we apply DevOps principles to a hiring pipeline? What does Matt mean when he says he looks for candidates who are TCP ...…
 
We start our hiring series with cybersecurity executive, ISSA Board Director, and college professor Keyaan Williams. He provides great perspective on what matters most to him when hiring. Is there a skill shortage in cyber security? Keyaan parses that question by rightly considering different segments of the cybersecurity landscape. We also dis ...…
 
Aaron Sachs (@asachs01) from Sensu (@sensu) joins the show to talk over Customer Reliability Engineering. We talk about why/how it's different than Site Reliability Engineering. Great discussion not just on technical components but also why soft skills like empathy and humility are so important. Links GCP Podcast first discussing CRE - https:// ...…
 
Jeff Koors is back on the show, but this time on the defensive as we review a recent article that calls Agile nonsense! We uproot several Agile tenets including 'giving the customer what they want'. (No scrum masters were harmed in the making of this podcast.) References: Article discussed: https://link.medium.com/lZjO6ubGpU https://www.history ...…
 
John and Chis make the mistake again of recording on Friday night. As we discuss Michael DeHaan's latest thread on the state of Ops and Open Source we come face to face with the existential crisis in software engineering. As much as we tried we couldn't keep the show from veering off into philosophy and politics. Links DeHaan's thead - https:// ...…
 
Continuous Delivery advocate Dana Finster joins the show for a fun interview on the state of CD in 2019. We also discuss how organizations can improve their build pipelines. Check out her presentation on Scaling Continuous Delivery at Walmart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7achOwp70q8
 
Tim Gallo (@TimJGallo) joins us to discuss the state Endpoint Security in a cloud world. We cover questions such as is EDR necessary on cloud systems? How can operations engineers prepare their environments?
 
John and Chris reflect on the state of complexity and software engineering. From the minutia to big-picture philosophy, this is the show you get when you record on a Friday night after a long week!
 
John and Chris talk about sales in the career of an Operations person; why its important, why we are terrible at it, and what we can do to improve. John also levels-up on his cliches while Chris worries that spewing FUD is actually lying.
 
We discuss on this show a topic not often addressed on technology podcasts, Customer Data Management, with Ellie Becker. As you will hear in the interview, it is a topic that cuts across many different business areas including engineering, product, legal, compliance, sales, and finance. A real eye-opener when considering the complexities of def ...…
 
Chris (@crimondi) gave a talk at the first ever Chattanooga DevOps Days in November of 2018. He spoke about his Lessons Learned in DevOps Leadership. https://www.devopsdays.org/events/2018-chattanooga/welcome/
 
John and Chris discuss Chris's recent article titled 'DevOps embedding as aiding and abetting'. We also wrap up the year and make a prediction for operations in 2019. John also takes some deep cuts in comparing software development to the physical world. Listener discretion is advised: dangerous metaphors and similes ahead.…
 
Cloud CTO of FireEye Martin Holste (@mcholste) joins the show again to talk about serverless. He explains why serverless is not a threat to Operations teams and how one of the future of jobs operations will be the "performance counselor" for product teams. We also dabble in security, compliance, and visibility during the course of the interview.…
 
Cloud CTO of FireEye Martin Holste (@mcholste) joins us to discuss the happenings at the 2018 AWS re:Invent conference.
 
List to Jeff Koors (@AgileKoors) talk about his experience with Agile and how it applies to Operations teams. Great conversation from a guy who has seen a lot and honed a results oriented, pragmatic approach. Forgive our audio early on. The segues in the beginning of the show are a bit abrupt. We are still learning! References https://www.learn ...…
 
John and Chris talk about future show topics and how they relate to the future of operations. Read John's paper on zero trust networking: https://www.sans.org/reading-room/whitepapers/firewalls/trust-one-gap-analysis-moving-ip-based-network-perimeters-zero-trust-network-architecture-38040
 
John and Chris talk a bit about their experience starting the Pragmatic Ops Weekly podcast. *Spoiler* It hasn't gone smoothly. They also relate that back to some lessons learned doing Operations.
 
Russell Ballestrini (@RussellBal ) from Remind joins us to talk about the benefit of Operations team building infrastructure abstractions. We talk about the tools they built for their developers, why they built them, and what is on their roadmap. Tools from Remind https://github.com/remind101/empire https://github.com/remind101/slashdeploy http ...…
 
In this episode Rob Scott (@robertjscott) from @ReactiveOps joins the show to discuss Kubernetes Role Based Access Control (RBAC) across the major cloud providers. Are the RBAC mechanisms within Kubernetes mature enough to allow meaningful authorization across cloud platforms or is the added complexity of mapping the Kubernetes IAM model make c ...…
 
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