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 Adam has proven the book sprint method effectively again and again. He
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 creates both tools and faith in collaborative authoring at
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 `Problem with Heavy Network IO and
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 `instances losing IP address while running, due to No
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 updated OpenStack cloud for their `DAIR
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 production, a compute node locks up. Upon rebooting the node, I checked
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 also use `Colloquy <http://colloquy.info/>`_ (Mac OS X),
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 We wrote this book in a book sprint, which is a facilitated, rapid
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 Adam Hyde
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