“Design, Simulate & Fabricate Your Arduino Project & PCBsEE TimesWell, color me impressed! I was just rooting around on the Autodesk 123D website, and I was fascinated by what I saw there. The best way to explain this is by looking at this video.”
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Director, Deploy and Release Product Line, Maciej Zawadzki, explains the relationship between Continuous Delivery and DevOps. (What separates #DevOps from #continuousdelivery and how do you know if you are doing one or the other?
This is a posting I've been working a bit on for sometime. I decided to at least get this out, as its a topic I will probably be visiting more in the future. As a long time IT professional, I've had to deal with process and procedures.
DevOps as a philosophy has had as its centerpiece the principle that Dev and Ops teams need to align better. This is a people and organizational principle, not a process centric principle. To me this is more important when ...
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Whether writing code just for yourself or presenting an API to your users, it's often helpful to create a more specialized function as a "wrapper" to a more generalized function if you expect to be performing a task repetitively. One way to do this would be to just define the functions manually.
Culture is one of the Three Ways that define DevOps, but is often overlooked even though it's probably the most crucial Way. Why is Culture so important? (RT @Rebel_Labs: Is #DevOps more about tools or culture?
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