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A lightening/ignite talk on being more effortless and avoiding getting trapped in trying too hard. Originally presented at SpringOne Platform 2017.

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  1. 1. Don’t try Dec, 2017 @cote
  2. 2. Hello! You might know me front: • Pivotal, Dell M&A • RedMonk, 451 Research • Software Defined Talk, Pivotal Conversations • The Register 2 @cote
  3. 3. @cote 5 ≠ 20
  4. 4. @cote
  5. 5. @cote@cote
  6. 6. @cote Things to try at, a selection • Rocket science • Family • Cooking meat properly • Known unknowns • Unknown unknowns • Career, probably • Drinking laws • Happiness vs. healthiness • Other people
  7. 7. @cote
  8. 8. @cote 2014 in the US: - 253,000,000 car trips - 6,034,000 crashes (2%) - 30,056 fatalities (0.01%) Sources: 2014 numbers from US DOT and LA Times/IHS Automotive.
  9. 9. @cote Driving in New Zealand
  10. 10. @cote
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  14. 14. @cote Don’t overachieve Users build on the reality of what you offer, rather than what you say you’ll supply, particularly for infrastructure services. If your service’s actual performance is much better than its stated SLO, users will come to rely on its current performance. You can avoid over-dependence by deliberately taking the system offline occasionally…, throttling some requests, or designing the system so that it isn’t faster under light loads. Sources: Site Reliability Engineering, April, 2016.
  15. 15. @coteSources: “Misunderstanding Variation is the Root of all Evil,” John Willis, April, 2017 (probably taken from somewhere else). Science, or “sandbagging”?
  16. 16. @cote
  17. 17. Wow. She’s got “great” ideas. I’ll tell her about 120% time in 5, 4, 3, 2, … @cote
  18. 18. Dangerously time-consuming ideas • “What’s wrong with these people?” • “That’s not how I’d do it. What I’d do is…” • “That’s not how [Amazon|Google|Facebook|$UNICORN] does it.” • “Have you read [recent/random business book/blog/HBR article]?” • “This is classic innovator’s dilemma!” • “Who moved my blue ocean?” @cote
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  20. 20. @cote Thanks! • Here’s some cute animals. • Check out the DevOps & Pipelines track • My talk is at 11:30am • ENAGE WITH MY BRAND! @cote

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