The community has spoken!
It’s about continuously learning, adapting, improving, sharing knowledge, and raising the quality bar. Quality in, quality out!
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My dream is to have one build definition, one build environment, and one build artifact that is deployed to multiple environments by shifting the configuration right.
The 2AM wake up call is the best motivation for a production ready mindset.
The name of our chat series is based on my colleague Charles K's quote from the 90's, that he would like to have our brains on a stick for projects.
Here are a few sneak peaks into some of the quick poll trends.
We're calling the recommendations our FF Manifesto. It's the engineering friendly term for technical governance.
Great sessions including Entropy in DevOps Teams, the Virtues of Being T-shaped, and Progressive Exposure Using Feature Flags:
The name of our poke-the-brain-on-a-stick series is based on my colleague Charles K's quote from the 90's. He always said that he would like to have our brains on a stick for projects.
Is automation a lifeline and light in the darkness of manual repetition and the pressure to continuously produce and deliver value?
We often wonder why we do not build and nurture engineering teams the same way as professional sports teams - it's unusual to see a team that wins their league pack up and re-group with a new team in the new season.
THANK YOU for helping us gather the facts from the real-world.
Our journey is not about technology and products, which are volatile and well covered in product documentation and other books. Instead, our focus is on people and process, and to poke the DevOps hornet’s nest.
We have just published the fifth opensource article, titled Analyzing the DNA of DevOps
It is pivotal that our business leaders and technologists articulate a taxonomy, a common business language, and metrics to measure the holistic success criteria.
Value Stream Management with the Flow Framework from Tasktop, with a focus on value stream metrics to track the flow of business value in our software development lifecycle .
With every chapter I read, the significance of the PROJECT to PRODUCT book and flow framework appears.
Welcome to digital transformation. Are you ready to embrace a DevOps mindset in your organization?
The PROJECT TO PRODUCT book is an infectious read, based on real-world experiences and realisations, and “offers a kernel of hope” for organisation embarking on a digital transformation.
DevOps is about a culture of learning that's based on experimentation.
DevOps is not Agile on steroids, automation, a product, a silver bullet, ...
Feature teams want to have one build, deployed to many environments, because it is a good DevOps practice and raises the overall quality of releases.
Assessments benchmark you against the rest of the industry. They help you understand where you are doing well, where improvements are possible, and what to focus on.
Evaluating different scenarios to reduce false positives, without compromising security, when scanning code with WhiteSource Bolt for vulnerabilities.
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