…With all that combined knowledge you would think that we would use it for good. Instead we used it to dominate “trivia” nights across the pubs of Northern Wisconsin – the winnings from which we were able to cover our bar tabs…Read More
The lifeblood of every organization must be renewed and refreshed regularly. Of course experience matters – but left on its own it begins to grow stale and loses its vibrancy. The comfort and the stability of the known slowly takes over from the desire to forge ahead and look for different ways to evolve. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. In that transition the organization grows stiff. It loses its vibrancy. It is a tale as old as time and probably as old as some of your key platforms.
Every leader will eventually face this challenge. You do not have to wait until its too late, however. There are a myriad of things you can do to keep a low level of disruption present in your organization to ensure velocity and change. One of my favorite ways to do this is …Read More
TL;DR? This week we cover a quick set of links covering : 1) driving change at 3 levels when driving Agile Transformation. 2) A Review of Past, Present and Future regarding GDPR. 3)The end of border-less data and the increasing intra and inter country boundaries surrounding the data business. 4) A fun little ditty which ended up having the net effect of increasing the amount of inventory in said song for me.Read More
Anyone who has been in the Data Center business knows that one must have a ‘Throw Down Mouse’. It’s a career saving insurance device. Have a big electrical or mechanical event in a data center? Haven’t been keeping up with that regular maintenance? Caught in a situation where you havent been following those SOPs or […]Read More
I am just wrapping up a personal project on one of the big cloud providers. Its really more of a lead by example kind of thing than anything individually useful. However, at the conclusion of this project I will have built pretty significant projects on all of the major cloud providers on the market today. […]Read More
Diwali came late to the Terrell Mill campus at Fiserv this year. For reasons too numerous to mention, our celebration slipped past the actual Diwali holiday into the following week. But that delay did nothing to dampen joy and celebration as we observed it at work. The Festival of lights is an Indian holiday that […]Read More