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|The 1201 program alarm
|Functional vs non-functional requirements
|SRE & Transparency
|MVP vs PoC
|Flying to the Moon is like developing on your laptop
|Three minutes without breathable air
|If Neil Armstrong were your engineer, you wouldn't need this!
|Computer-aided responses and reflexes
|Overcoming chaos on the way to the Moon
|Managing an Agile product launch — over Christmas
|Lunar Landing Lessons from 2020
|Flying to the Moon from the Backroom — Mission Control
|Glynn Lunney — SRE Leadership
|The Mightiest Monolith
|Michael Collins — Carrying The Fire
|4th of July Fireworks — A Balanced Action Plan
|Testing and Proofs of Concept — the Shuttle Approach and Landing Tests
|The James Webb Space Telescope — Making 300 points of failure reliable
|The James Webb Space Telescope — Success through Redundancy
|Gyros and Gimbals, oh my! — The James Webb Space Telescope Reliability Lessons
|Known Unknowns — Webb Struck by Meteoroid!
|Day 2 Operations with the James Webb Space Telescope
|Moon landing anniversary (collection article)
|Is there such a thing as a system that’s too reliable?
|How can you land 5 kilometers above the Moon?
|July is an auspicious month