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Activator: Success in the Tech Industry with Design Thinking Paperback – February 11, 2017
"Warlight" by Michael Ondaatje
A dramatic coming-of-age story set in the decade after World War II, "Warlight" is the mesmerizing new novel from the best-selling author of "The English Patient." Pre-order today
About the Author
Brandon has a breadth of experience, through his career including CTO, CIO, Director of Operations, Security and Infrastructure, Architect, Consultant, Engineer, Developer, and Project Manager across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
Some of his accomplishments include consolidating the Operational Intelligence strategy for a large organization with 1200 disparate systems; Architecting a large DoD compute facility and cloud stacks; defining policy used across the world for incident handling in a virtualized datacenter (RSA Conference and VMWorld presentations); and serving as Lead Architect on the team awarded Innovator of the Year from Red Hat.
As an entrepreneur, he has led the development of open source software with global team members, pioneered online game technologies, started several companies, and has developed for FreeBSD. More recently, he has created Reflex, an OSS tool to help with the modern challenges of ephemeral system/container management.
Brandon is a published author, loves all forms of technical or hacking topics, and blogs about them at http://surfingthe.cloud/.
Hailing from the slopes of Utah, he enjoys the outdoors with his family, tabletop games, and writing fiction.
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Brandon combines different methodologies ranging from project management, to Agile principles, to good leadership, to proven and best practices. Approaching each concern at the human factor has greatly helped me view my current approach to my work and how to best work with my customers, management, and colleagues. This book is filled with great one-liners that would be beneficial in most industries or situations.
He accurately explains this importance of factoring in the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) in business decisions as well as picking between COTS, Open-Source, or internal apps.
There are so many great concepts and approaches brimming from these pages. It's is well worth the read. You'll find yourself making notes throughout this book. Very well worth it.
Definitely worth a read, would buy again.
This is easy to read and worth purchasing if you work in the tech industry.