Matt is one of the Evangelists at Datadog and an organizer of DevOps Days Boston and Serverless Days Boston. He is passionate about the power of monitoring and metrics to make large-scale systems stable and manageable. So he tours the country speaking and writing about monitoring with Datadog. When he's not on the road, he's coding. You can find Matt (technovangelist) on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
I live in Boston. Today there is a parade. Apparently this town plays some sports and as of recently, the players are pretty good. In fact, they are good enough to be ranked the best, winning something called The World Series.
Yeah, chances are you know all that. But I am hoping there is at least one other person like me who, even though I often wear a t-shirt based on the Red Sox logotype, knows nothing about sports simply because they don’t care about sports.
It’s that ’ho-hum’ attitude that makes my interest in a podcast about the Golden State Warriors perhaps a bit more interesting. Without Fail is a podcast by Gimlet Media. And on a recent episode, Alex Blumberg (@abexlumberg) talked with Andre Iguadala (@andre) of the Golden State Warriors (@warriors) about winning a championship.
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|10/23/18||Orchestrating Serverless with Step Functions||DevOps Days Phoenix|
|10/18/18||Datadog 101 Workshop||Datadog Summit London|
|09/20/18||Cloud Foundry Monitoring using Datadog||Cloud Native New York|
|09/12/18||Orchestrating Serverless with AWS Step Functions||Baltimore DevOps|
|08/07/18||Orchestrating Serverless with AWS Step Functions||That Conference|