First longer run after a quite a while. It felt better than I thought it was going to. Still plenty of juice left at the end of it.
The long straight stretch by the Sammamish River trail (bike path) is really nice. I made it to the Redhook Brewery in Woodinville and on the way back I cut through Redmond.
The heart rate monitor was acting up again for some reason. That’s the second time I saw it do that recently, sporadically showing 200+ even though I’m pretty sure I was @ around 150 beats per minute. I think it’s time for a new heartbeat strap, or at least a new battery.
I sure wish I could hold a similar pace during the race in July, but the legs will be beat up from the 90k bike split, it’d be fairly naive to hope for something like this.
Most of my friends never heard of MobileIron before. It’s not surprising. My friends don’t really care about the challenges of deploying and managing multi-platform mobile devices in the enterprise, why would they?
Anyway – we all know picture is worth 1000 words. So here is how I would explain MobileIron in a single picture. It’s sort of the elevator pitch without the elevator.
It’s very impressive when someone has the drive and motivation to put out a new video podcast episode every week. There is a significant amount of effort that goes into producing quality content.
My favorite series is Railscasts produced by Ryan Bates. His podcasts are so popular that they’re transcribed to multiple languages. For a long time Ryan did all this work for free. About a year ago he opened a paid track where he goes into even more detail and at $9/month it’s a steal.