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Staying Alive: Patterns for Failure Management from the Depths

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Ronnie Chen is an engineering manager at Twitter. Previously, she was a data engineer at Slack and Braintree, and a back-end engineer at PayPal. She is a deep sea technical diver and was also the sous chef of a Michelin-starred restaurant in a previous life.

About the conference

Chaos Conf is a single-track conference for the Chaos Engineering community to come together, hear talks from Chaos practitioners, share their learnings, and take chaos engineering back to their organizations.

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Jan 08, 2019

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  • engineer must code instead of show slides.

    by Armen Arzumanyan /

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    engineer must code instead of show slides.

  • Re: engineer must code instead of show slides.

    by Daniel Bryant /

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    Hi Armen,

    I don't believe this comment is very useful, and it doesn't help the professional discussions we try to facilitate on InfoQ.

    All of the speakers on the videos we share on InfoQ undoubtably put countless hours of effort into producing their talks (often in their own time), regardless of whether they show code or not. We also encourage a range of software development topics to be discussed, and obviously these don't all include code. I for one am extremely grateful to all of our presenters.

    Please be more thoughtful before posting future snarky comments.

    Best wishes,

    Daniel
    InfoQ News Manager

  • Total waste of time

    by Medi Val /

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    To InfoQ:
    This comment is not meant to discourage the presenter. It's based on my experience listening to InfoQ for years. I have to admit the quality of presentations has gone down dramatically. Hope this comment helps bring up the value of these presentations.

    Regards,

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