“Shifting left” in application development offers a faster return on investment by allowing IT to catch errors earlier in the software development life cycle, cutting the time between releases and improving software quality (What is Shifting Left?
This post from Johanna Rothman covers all of the things that you could potentially want to measure in an agile team. This can depend on the size of your teams, so this post looks at these conditions as well.
Nathan recently returned from Shanghai with a Scrum handout that was quite different to any we'd seen before: Produced by a Japanese company, these manga-esque characters are a lot more cutesy than we're used to!
Niek Bartholomeus recently finishing composing a four post DevOps focused blog series about leading the implementation of configuration management and release management in a traditional enterprise. Niek covers the ...
Is A "DevOps" Job Title So Bad? I follow several threads of thought on the web and elsewhere around "What Is DevOps?". A common aggravation for several people in the industry is the idea that "DevOps" can be a job title.
My last blog post explored my desire to increase my skill set to become more of a DevOp to help me to support current systems and also the new hybrid architectures which are entering our workplaces. I...
It's no surprise that the topic of DevOps and the goal of continuous deployment (CD) is of significant interest to the SAFe community. Indeed, at one point, we were going to make a hard shift to describe how CD is starting to ...
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