Steve Fenton is a software punk, programmer/architect, and bossy boss mostly working around the .NET space. He has created mail transfer agents with zero-day threat detection, clinical decision support engines, and web crawlers. 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
The primary audience for the writing found herein is me. It’s super-easy to forget stuff if you don’t write it down, as I did the second time I had to fix a really tricky certificate problem in .NET. If only I had written down the answer, I could have saved hours of irritating replays of all the same steps I had used to find the problem in the first instance. My goal in life is to start a punk revolution in software development. I am also secretly S. M. Fenton the author of The Vanishing Room.
You can review my full archive of thoughts, but the most recent entries are listed below.