Steve Fenton is a programmer, (hands-on) architect, and theory-y/human-centric manager mostly working around the .NET space. He enjoys creating software that makes a difference to people’s lives; such as mail transfer agents with zero-day threat detection or clinical decision support engines. Steve has been active in the whole DevOps life-cycle and enjoys coaching people on agile and lean methods (and the theories behind them). He also enjoys finding fractal principles; such as those found in monitoring and alerting, or in queuing theory.
Books by Steve Fenton
A Note From Steve
This is my personal journal where I store ideas, notes, and information to supplement my biological abilities. My interests are programming, psychology, philosophy and critical thinking, and the Oxford Comma. The journal largely covers the order software progressio and the families modum translitterandi, processus, and populus. I am also secretly S. M. Fenton the author of The Vanishing Room.
You can review my full archive of journals, but the most recent entries are listed below.