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Kubernetes, Smubernetes

It’s easy to make the most popular choice, but the popular choice isn’t always the most correct. Sometimes you have to step out on a

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Fail Fast!

Yesterday I commented on Slack that we would ditch the message queue and do direct API calls everywhere. That will solve some minor problems that we’ve known of all along and facilitate better front-end functionality going forward.

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Best-Laid Plans?

We have a small team and we’re trying to pull off a grand endeavour, and with that in mind, I’ve tried to keep to technologies that we already know whenever possible. That means occasionally making concessions between how I might suggest we do something in the proverbial “perfect world” versus the tools we might use to ensure success.

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“Our” Chattanooga

The City of Chattanooga’s primary website,, was developed more than eight years ago, before smartphones were ubiquitous. It has eight-plus years of editing by hundreds of hands, and it’s dated, bloated, and in desperate need of an overhaul.

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July 2019

BiMonthly MyChattanooga Retrospective + Stand-up

July 17 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
The Edney–5th Floor, 1100 Market St.
Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States
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Bimonthly high-level overview of the MyChattanooga project, covering where we are and what's coming next. The first half will be a short Agile-style retrospective of the prior two months from a panel of stakeholders; in the second half, the Scrum development team will speak to a bit of the how/why of what we've done in the preceding two months and talk about our next-up items and solicit feedback.

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