How can you empower your team to collaborate when solving infrastructure-related problems?
At the Technical.ly Developers Conference in September, Linode software engineer Adam Mohammed offered real-life case studies about infrastructure differential diagnosis from the Old City-based cloud services company.
Smart comment from an attendee: "When things are working as expected there is not much to learn. The best way to learn about a system is to pay attention when it misbehaves."
— Technical.ly (@Technical_ly) September 23, 2020
Watch the full presentation, with slides, from the Philly Tech Week 2020 presented by Comcast event here:-30-
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