You know a software technology has come of age when some vendor starts trying to make some coin selling certifications for it. And thus we know that the OpenStack cloud fluffer and puffer has finally come of age now that Rackspace Hosting, which founded the OpenStack project with NASA two summers ago, wants to help you get …
or maybe a poor choice of words
The "Kobayashi Maru" was a "no win scenario" as described in Star Trek II...
(can't believe that site still works first came across it 8-9 years ago)
I don't believe in the no-win scenario
therefore I shall hack OpenStack and get a commendation for original thinking.
Can we use peek and poke?
"if you pass the Star Trek-like Kobayashi Maru"
If you can pass it, it's not Star Trek-like, as per the first comment.
Re: "if you pass the Star Trek-like Kobayashi Maru"
Actually, semantics difference there. You can pass the Kobayashi Maru, you cannot win it. Just because you lose the scenario doesn't mean you can't pass the test. It just means your ability to win wasn't what was being tested in the first place.
The Star Trek Kobayashi Maru was after all a test of character.
Re: sub title
There's Klingons in the starboard cluster, starboard cluster, starboard cluster....
Staaaaar trecking, across the universe...
Re: sub title
Thank you for the ear worm. At this hour.
and sad to say -- thats buried somewhere in the mp3 collection.......
The one with the "Cloud Administration for Dummies" manual please....
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