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Cirrus

Cirrus posts bring together some of the Cloud links and resources I find from a range of feeds and shared contacts.

I noticed in Wikipedia that:

The random, isolated cirrus cloud does not have any particular significance. A cirrus castellanus cloud indicates that there is instability at the cirrus level.However, a large number of cirrus clouds may be a sign of an approaching frontal system or upper air disturbance. This usually signals a change in weather in the near future, usually becoming increasingly stormy.

This is a great way of thinking about my engagement with cloud computing too.

The posts can be found at:

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6 thoughts on “Cirrus

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  2. You have always been Altostratus to me, but I love the analogy.

    Drop in every now and again to your posts or slideshares for a little inspiration

  3. Thanks! I am delighted you keep returning.

    I wonder if it is possible to develop a narrative style to fit the cloud models.

    Best wishes

    Keith

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