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  • RE: Using Tools that Fit

    I was just re-reading the replies and enjoying the diversity of perspectives. The comment on the foot stool was one that stood out - I use one at home, but...

  • RE: Unlimited PTO

    Ed, absolutely a lot of professions/environments where flex time is hard or close to impossible, or unlimited PTO. The team I'm with is definitely agile, releasing changes every week. Works...

  • RE: Unlimited PTO

    Eric, its everyone. Each team has some informal process about how it works. On my team (operations), we all try to be available between 10 am and 4 pm. Not...

  • RE: Unlimited PTO

    Eric, we handle status via a Slack channel. If you're remote or out of office, you just drop a note in the channel to let everyone know. I make it...

  • RE: Unlimited PTO

    Robert, as far as 2 hours a day, common sense prevails. That is really a scheduling issue more than a PTO one. It comes down to trust - can I...

  • RE: Unlimited PTO

    With unlimited PTO you don't accrue, you just use as you go. If you miss/yearn the for the comfort of having 60 days or whatever banked, its not the right...

  • RE: Unlimited PTO

    ZZartin, I'm sure its all in the implementation. Where I'm...

  • RE: Unlimited PTO

    Eric, correct - its paid time off/vacation, not a leave of absence.

  • RE: Continuous Delivery and the Development DBA

    Pedro, I use branching and find it to be a reasonable approach for our environment. Do you think trunking is critical. To me it feels overly prescriptive. Enjoyed the overview...

  • RE: What Would Do if Your Company Was Targeted?

    Eric, I agree that warnings are unlikely, but then I had it happen and made a note to write about it:-) I think its a decent mock exercise - security...

  • RE: What Would Do if Your Company Was Targeted?

    David, I left it vague because it often is. I get that context matters though!

  • RE: Why Devops? For Better Security

    Im a year into learning devops as I write this and from what I've seen the premise is reasonable, but as in all methodologies it matters how you implement it....

  • RE: Would You Still Love Linux If Windows Was Free?

    Alex, that's a great example. I agree security bugs are tough to find, open source or not.

  • RE: Would You Still Love Linux If Windows Was Free?

    Rust, I agree the low resource usage has been very attractive, perhaps most so when trying to make the most of a hypervisor. I think server core (and Nano) are...

  • RE: Would You Still Love Linux If Windows Was Free?

    All, good discussion so far, but it seems to focus on personal use (and personal choice!). But what about for servers, do the same reasons apply or is it mostly...

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