So you want more employee company ownership? The answer seems to be less government intervention – not more
Some of the things they don't tell you that I learned selling my company.
Books, podcasts, videos, conferences, blogs, articles and other resources for product managers
The interview process for hiring engineers has 3 goals: evaluating applications for team members now and the future, demonstrating why your business is a good place to work and building a diverse team
Originally written for the StackPath blog. One of the two core foundations of SaaS monitoring is alerting (the other being metric visualization and graphing). Alerting is designed to notify you when things go wrong in your data center, that there's a problem with your website performance, or if you're experiencing server downtime. More specifically, infrastructure … Continue reading Applying HumanOps to on-call
Balancing security, privacy and convenience is not easy. I've spent quite a lot of time figuring out how to configure my various computer systems with this goal in mind. Computers are supposed to make our lives more convenient and you sometimes have to trade privacy for convenience e.g. Outlook processing emails to allow you to … Continue reading Configuring for security, privacy and convenience
The tech companies need to apply good engineering processes to how they are developing their social policy, in public.
A practical guide to #HumanOps - what it is and how to get started. What's the point of spending all that time and money on fancy equipment & tech if the people who actually operate it aren't being looked after?
Many incidents of fraud occur not through cards being physically stolen, but through breaches in security at the shops we buy products from. Should companies be required to publish security reviews?
Recruitment is odd in that it usually fails - the most common outcome is the failure of the candidate. But should be an opportunity to show off. Most companies fail at that too.