Business Communication for Engineers

For engineers – aka techies – business communication can be difficult. Not because of the subject matter, but because of how it is communicated. ..

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Preventing Incident Severity Progression

When service degradation and service outages go from bad to worse, it’s an awful feeling. It’s bad enough that something broke in general. ..

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Best Practices for Status Pages

Status pages have become the end-users window into your team’s operations. Companies with status pages are doing the right thing for their ..

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Living in an Interrupt Driven Culture

I don’t know how the term “shaving the yak” caught on, but I’m willing to embrace it for all of its weirdness and meaning. We all spend ..

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‘Tis the Season for Technical Debt

Holidays always strike me with an equal amount of panic, leisure and fun. We casually talk about the ways that holidays impact our work ..

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What’s Next in Test Automation

There is a tendency for techies to always be looking to the next new shiny object. I’m no different. But this time when looking into the future ..

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Get Your C-Suite to Care About Quality

The technical details of building automation and implementing better application quality practices are not always the most difficult aspects ..

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How IT Engineers Can Learn DataOps

To seasoned IT engineers, DataOps may not sound very difficult. After all, if you work in IT, you know all about managing databases, provisioning ..

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Key Metrics for Monitoring Clickhouse

If you keep up-to-date with the latest developments in the world of databases, you are probably familiar with ClickHouse, a columnar database ..

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