My favourite quote is his response to a question about orchestration at the end:
Orchestration is just a programming language. So if you want to build a service using a visual orchestration language, you're entirely entitled to do that. Provided you don't pollute the rest of the service ecosystem, that's great. I caution you that probably Java, C# or VB, or for heavens sake Haskell, will be a more productive environment for you to work in than sticks and boxes and lines - but if you're insistent you want to do that, that's great. Just don't think that you can draw a picture and then hit the button and get deployed into production. Because that's crack smoking fantasy time!