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How To Avoid Technical Debt And Tribal Knowledge | Julian Fischer


Technical debt can be problematic with people leaving and taking their knowledge with them. In this segment, Julian Fischer, CEO and Co-Founder of anynines, discusses how as a Cloud Foundry user one of the first things to learn is how to use build packs. He explains how they help keep the knowledge in the technology rather than in one person. He believes that the foundation of declarative operational models can also help enable quicker learning. He goes on to talk about the basic concepts engineers need to grasp for faster learning, whether going from Kubernetes to Cloud Foundry or the other way around.

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The summary of the show is written by Emily Nicholls.

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