Michael Coté

Coté works in technical marketing for Pivotal Cloud Foundry®. See @cote for more.

  • Working with legacy code, with Rahul Rajeev (Ep. 104)

    Working with legacy code, with Rahul Rajeev (Ep. 104)

    An enterprise application of any significance will end up needing to work with legacy systems. Dealing with legacy code brings its own challenges, which Coté & Rahul discuss.

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  • Pay Transparency, Being Public, and Hiring for Culture, with Joe Militello (Ep. 103)

    Pay Transparency, Being Public, and Hiring for Culture, with Joe Militello (Ep. 103)

    We have Joe Militello back to talk pay transparency, interviewing for creative roles in a software company, and we also discuss how open source is pairing with public cloud services.

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  • Conference, News, & White Papers Catsup with Jared Ruckle - DellEMC Conference, CF Summit NA 2018 (Ep. 102)

    Conference, News, & White Papers Catsup with Jared Ruckle - DellEMC Conference, CF Summit NA 2018 (Ep. 102)

    Conferences, white papers, and taco eating dragons. A lot's gone on since last we recorded, so we catch-up on it all with the help of Jared Ruckle.

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  • The Technologist’s Hippocratic Oath & #techethics, with Mariesa Dale (Ep. 101)

    The Technologist’s Hippocratic Oath & #techethics, with Mariesa Dale (Ep. 101)

    What moral code do we operate under in IT? Do we even have one? In this episode we talk with Mariesa Dale on that topic. She recently wrote a Technologist's Hippocratic Oath that launches us off.

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  • From grumps to transformation metrics, the questions we get asked (Ep. 100)

    From grumps to transformation metrics, the questions we get asked (Ep. 100)

    What do you do with grumpy people? How do you track how much - or how little! - you're actually improving? Hear about these and other frequently asked transformation questions.

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  • The Cloud Foundry Foundation & CF Summit, with Abby (Ep. 99)

    The Cloud Foundry Foundation & CF Summit, with Abby (Ep. 99)

    The Cloud Foundry user base and projects have expanded over the past year, adding members, users, and major components like the Container Runtime. Abby Kearns catches us up on all that and more.

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  • The Twelve-Factor App, with Nate Schutta (Ep. 98)

    The Twelve-Factor App, with Nate Schutta (Ep. 98)

    Part of what defines an app as "cloud native" is a style described by "the 12 factors." While these seem simple, each of them just the tip of the iceberg. Coté plumbs the depths with Nate Schutta .

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  • Spring Tools 4 and IDE Innovation, with Martin Lippert (Ep. 97)

    Spring Tools 4 and IDE Innovation, with Martin Lippert (Ep. 97)

    Developer tools have changed wildly over the past 10 years from build tools to IDEs. The IDEs available have not only increased, but usage of each has grown. In this episode, Richard & Coté talk with

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  • Security Processes and Culture, with Molly Crowther (Ep. 96)

    Security Processes and Culture, with Molly Crowther (Ep. 96)

    Security is more about finding holes and devising patches. For one, once you find those holes and have a patch, you have to make sure everyone not only knows about them, but applies them.

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  • Beyond stateless - DevOps & Databases, Robert Reeves of Datical (Ep. 95)

    Beyond stateless - DevOps & Databases, Robert Reeves of Datical (Ep. 95)

    While much of the magic of cloud native apps comes from being stateless, state must exist somewhere. We talk with Datical's Robert Reeves about managing state throughout the whole software life-cycle.

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  • Kubernetes, Serverless, and DevOps, with Paul "Czarkernetes" Czarkowski (Ep. 94)

    Kubernetes, Serverless, and DevOps, with Paul "Czarkernetes" Czarkowski (Ep. 94)

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  • Building Product in the Enterprise, with Emily Tate (Ep. 93)

    Building Product in the Enterprise, with Emily Tate (Ep. 93)

    Doing proper, product-driven, user-driven agile in large organizations is hard. Much of it, of course, has to do with organizational processes that are inflexible and built around long-term planning.

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  • Open Source and the People Who Love It (Ep. 92)

    Open Source and the People Who Love It (Ep. 92)

    Open source has become one of the most popular - if not the most popular? - ways of producing and maintaining software.

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  • Navigating the No, and Moving from .Net to Java (Ep. 91)

    Navigating the No, and Moving from .Net to Java (Ep. 91)

    Technology and process are important when it comes to improving how you do software, but selling the organization on the change is always an issue.

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  • Kubernetes for app modernization in manufacturing, with Ben Wilcock (Ep. 90)

    Kubernetes for app modernization in manufacturing, with Ben Wilcock (Ep. 90)

    Very few enterprises start with a pure green field portfolio, with the ability to create and manage applications in a cloud native mode.

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  • 2018 analysts predictions round-up, plus, our own, with Rita Manachi (Ep. 89)

    2018 analysts predictions round-up, plus, our own, with Rita Manachi (Ep. 89)

    At the end of the year there's no end of predictions from the IT analyst would. In this episode, Richard and I talk with Pivotal's head analyst relations, Rita Manachi.

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  • Event-driven Architectures, with Kenny Bastani (Ep. 88)

    Event-driven Architectures, with Kenny Bastani (Ep. 88)

    While event-driven applications have existed for as long as our cyber-memories can rollback, we're seeing a revitalization of interest in them at the moment. We discuss the topic in this episode.

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  • DevOps in the enterprise, and if it even really exists (Ep. 87)

    DevOps in the enterprise, and if it even really exists (Ep. 87)

    How is DevOps actually panning out in organizations? In this episode recorded at SpringOne Platform, Kenny Bastani and I talk with Matt Curry about his experience with doing the DevOps.

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  • SpringOne Platform 2017 Preview (Ep. 86)

    SpringOne Platform 2017 Preview (Ep. 86)

    The best conference in cloud native is right around the corner, SpringOne Platform, Dec 4th to 7th. Chock full of actual end-users and enterprises (along with your friends from Pivotal), it'll be a gr

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  • Learning Spring Boot, with Greg Turnquist (Ep. 85)

    Learning Spring Boot, with Greg Turnquist (Ep. 85)

    Spring Boot is unquestionably a popular framework and has been rising in popularity as the months flip by. In this episode we're joined by Greg Turnquist who talks about the second edition of his book

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