Distributed: Of Systems and Teams


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distributed: of systems and teams Bridget Kromhout @bridgetkromhout


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Bridget Kromhout lives: Minneapolis works: Pivotal podcasts: Arrested DevOps organizes: devopsdays was: ops @ DramaFever, 8thBridge @bridgetkromhout


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distributed systems free-association game aphyr.com/tags/Jepsen @bridgetkromhout


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Consistency CP CA Availability AP Partition Tolerance @bridgetkromhout


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@bridgetkromhout


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tl;dr: distributed systems are complex @bridgetkromhout


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tl;dr: distributed systems are complex let’s talk distributed teams @bridgetkromhout


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I live over 3,000 kilometers from the Pivotal San Francisco office. (It’s probably definitely fine.) @bridgetkromhout


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…especially as the whole team is distributed. @bridgetkromhout


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distributed != remote @bridgetkromhout


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So, where do I work? I have a coworking space membership… @bridgetkromhout


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… I’m a regular at my favorite café… @bridgetkromhout


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…or airplanes… @bridgetkromhout


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…and I sometimes even work at home. @bridgetkromhout


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people > tools @bridgetkromhout


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xkcd.com/1254/ @bridgetkromhout


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xkcd.com/1254/ @bridgetkromhout


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synchronous @bridgetkromhout


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asynchronous @bridgetkromhout


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“Durable communication exhibits the same characteristics as accidental, convenient communication in a co-located space. The powerful difference is how inclusive, transparent, and reliable it is.” Casey West caseywest.com/durable-communication/ @bridgetkromhout


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a slack haiku Group chat: we use Slack But anything you like works If you all use it. @bridgetkromhout


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us no hro nc sy ^ some meetings aren’t meant to be @bridgetkromhout


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Lower-bandwidth communication… …needs more handshaking. @bridgetkromhout


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Set clear expectations. @bridgetkromhout


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Let the team know when you’ll be unavailable… @bridgetkromhout


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…even though WFH can usually be inferred. @bridgetkromhout


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Tell the team what you’re doing. @bridgetkromhout


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Tell the team what you’re doing. (Nobody can see you’re working on slides.) @bridgetkromhout


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Tell the team what you’re doing. (Nobody can see you’re working on slides.) (Again.) @bridgetkromhout


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Tell the team what you’re doing. (Nobody can see you’re working on slides.) (Again.) (Still.) @bridgetkromhout


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Misunderstandings happen. Over-communicate. It’s better than being hurt or angry for no reason. @bridgetkromhout


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be explicit about decisions you’re making @bridgetkromhout


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be explicit about decisions you’re making ask for help @bridgetkromhout


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@bridgetkromhout


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Screencapping PDFs is the new emailing PDFs. @bridgetkromhout


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Common Ground and Coordination in Joint Activity Klein, Feltovich, Bradshaw, Woods (2004) @bridgetkromhout


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distribute decision-making @bridgetkromhout


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distribute decision-making (over)-communicate @bridgetkromhout


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distribute decision-making (over)-communicate resolve conflicts as they arise @bridgetkromhout


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@bridgetkromhout


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“The game has changed.” Andrew Clay Shafer @bridgetkromhout


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“The game has changed.” Andrew Clay Shafer what if distributed teams are a competitive advantage? @bridgetkromhout


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Thank you. @bridgetkromhout


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