KubeCon EU 2022 Wrap-Up

Starting a new job can be daunting. Attending your first KubeCon is certainly overwhelming. Starting a new job at a fast-paced startup, at KubeCon, while your suitcase has gone missing between Paris and Valencia was… memorable. When I decided to join Isovalent, I thought it would be extremely convenient to have my first day coinciding […]

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Why I joined Isovalent

Networking is a hereditary thing for me. My mum worked for France Telecom – the national service provider – and my brother studied networks at university and started his career as a network consultant. It was incidentally his fault I ended up doing networking. He once left me a heavy training book and recommended I […]

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OCTO Initiative: Nonprofit Connect – Amplifying Impact with VMware’s Nonprofit Customers

Published on the VMware Office of the CTO Blog on 25th June 2020: https://octo.vmware.com/nonprofit-connect/ The post was co-written with the amazing Michelle and walks through some of the work we’ve done at VMware with a number of non-profit organizations. If you work with such organization and want to hear more, please contact us on the […]

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Being a Black Man

As I entered the lift, the little girl stepped behind her mum. “Why are you scared, honey?” asked the mother. The terrified little girl pointed her finger at me and said: “Because the man is black.” “What can I do?” That’s probably the question I’ve heard the most over the past few weeks as we […]

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Folding at Home and how to make a (tiny) contribution to coronavirus therapeutics research

If you want to help fight against coronavirus but don’t know how to contribute…well, read on. It turns out we all can do something (beyond staying at home and washing our hands!): we can give away our computer processing power to research to understand coronavirus better and design therapeutics to address it. Now, I’m not […]

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