Yesterday I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to sit down and record a podcast with Gordon Haff. Gordon is my opposite number at Red Hat in North America as well as being a friend and mentor. Yet another MIT graduate he has an amazing reputation across the technosphere for having a grasp of whats going on, and also how analysts, journalists and decision makers balance their need for technology with emerging trends.
So we've made a decision that we're going to record a technical chat every few weeks, you guys could even throw topics at us if you want to - that would be even better.
This week we talk Moores Law in Cloud, don't expect us to agree on everything - thats the healthy nature of Open Source, we talk Android vs iPad in BYOD markets and governance models for Cloud as well as the elastic links holding everything together in this new fangled Cloudy universe.
Here's the other cool stuff, again this was recorded as if we were sat in the same room, but the reality is we're 5,000 miles apart and hopefully the quality of the mix shows that with the power of Google Hangouts, good microphones and Audacity you can work miracles.