Last week Nora Jones and illustrious co-conspirators launched the web and Twitter presence of the Learning from Incidents in Software community, with the mission of “reshap[ing] how the software industry thinks about incidents, software reliability, and the critical role people play in keeping their systems running." My understanding is that this is the expansion of a Slack community I've been lucky to participate in and with which my interest in and understanding of incident analysis, resilience engineering, and safety science has co-evolved with.
In under a week LFI already has three great blog posts up,
The launch of LFI seems as good a time as any for me to write up the resources I've been learning from. Since there are... a lot, I'll start with blogs and newsletters. In a future post I'll cover Twitter (many of the same folks!), papers, podcasts, books, talks--so much to consume, so little time!
If the three LFI posts are not enough for you, then in the medium of blogs & newsletters, you may want to check out
Please let me know who I'm missing (I've inevitably forgotten some folks doing great work).
 Per the about, currently John Allspaw, Richard Cook, Jessica DeVita, Will Gallego, Lorin Hochstein, Ryan Kitchens, Laura Maguire