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John Allspaw Discusses Devops and Continuous Delivery | Continuous Delivery

This is the second in a series of interviews on continuous delivery, this time with John Allspaw, one of my co-authors on the Devops Cookbook.
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Techniques for Disciplined Agile Delivery

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Based onconcepts presented in his book, Scott Ambler describes Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) as a hybrid approach that extends Scrum, Agile modeling, Unified Process.
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Coaching the Agile Executive Team – Last in a Series

The Five Flawless Steps to Building a Strong Executive Leadership Team
Step 5: Discover the Clear and Elevating Goal that Skyrockets Performance
So here we are at the fifth flawless step to building a strong executive team.

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What is Customer Development? | Customer Development | Market By Numbers

What is Customer Development? | Customer Development | Market By Numbers | Naked Ops | Scoop.it
Customer Development is a four-step framework developed by serial entrepreneur and business school Professor Steve Blank for discovering and validating the right market for your idea, building the right product features that solve customers’ needs,...
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Jesse Robbins discusses DevOps and Cloud Computing | ThoughtWorks Studios

Jesse Robbins discusses DevOps and Cloud Computing | ThoughtWorks Studios | Naked Ops | Scoop.it
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Style of Play

This is my video submission to the @leanstartup conference http://vimeo.com/48054095 #AndIThoughtMyVoiceSoundedFunnyOnTheAnsweringMachine

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Quality happens only when someone is responsible for it.

Quality happens only when someone is responsible for it. | Naked Ops | Scoop.it

Thirteen years ago, Eric Raymond's book The Cathedral and the Bazaar (O'Reilly Media, 2001) redefined our vocabulary and all but promised an end to the waterfall model and big software companies, thanks to the new grass-roots open source software development movement.

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Is the Enterprise Ready for DevOps?

Is the Enterprise Ready for DevOps? | Naked Ops | Scoop.it
As the DevOps movement gains popularity enterprises have started to adopt its concepts and tools to manage large infrastructures and complex delivery processes.
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Devops is Not All About Automation

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Devops is about continuity; about ensuring continuous delivery. More often than not this focuses on automated and integrated deployment processes enabling rapid elasticity, but that's just the most obvious use case.

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What is DevOps? - O'Reilly Radar

What is DevOps? - O'Reilly Radar | Naked Ops | Scoop.it
NoOps, DevOps — no matter what you call it, operations won't go away. Ops experts and development teams will jointly evolve to meet the challenges of delivering reliable software to customers.
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"Well executed flexibility causes resilience"

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Portfolio Kanban | AvailAgility

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Large scale, enterprise organisations consist of many initiatives, programs, projects and development teams. While it is well understood how each individual team can achieve the benefits of agility, it is more difficult for the enterprise as a whole to achieve those same benefits. This article will look at how Kanban Thinking can inform the design of a Portfolio Kanban System, with a view to steering the Agile Enterprise to attain those benefits in order to respond to today’s competitive environments and unpredictable change.

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William Hertling's Thoughtstream: When IT Says No: Creating Fast Feature Flow

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Prezi's CTO on how to remain a lean startup after 4 years

Peter Halacsy, CTO of Prezi, spoke today at DevOps Days in Rome about the evolution of the company in the past 3 years as a lean startup. He discussed how embracing failure is the only way to grow and improve the business.
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The Wide Range of DevOps

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The changes necessary for DevOps adoption can be plotted on a timeline-style graph, where the extreme left represents traditional ops culture and practices, and the right represents a newer DevOps-style.
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Lean UX, Product Stewardship & Integrated Teams

An introduction to the fundamentals of lean user experience and a framework for incorporating UX in agile enviornments via Product Stewardship and Integrated Te...
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Elegant Code » Prefer Integration Over Scrum of Scrums

A Scrum of Scrums (SoS) is what it sounds like: a meeting of Scrum Masters in which issues affecting more than one Development Team are coordinated. This technique has for years been used (and taught) as the primary communication technique for scaling Scrum across multiple Development Teams.


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Semantic Diffusion

Martin Fowler writes, "Semantic diffusion occurs when you have a word that is coined a person or group, often with a pretty good definition, but then gets spread through the wider community in a way that weakens that definition. This weakening risks losing the definition entirely - and with it any usefulness to the term."

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STEP – A Map for an Agile Journey

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Are you finding joy in work and delighting your customers? STEP is simple map for an Agile-inspired journey of continuous improvement. Start by Stopping to visualize your work-flow. Transform your way of work, limiting the amount of work-in-process.
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Resilient Response In Complex Systems

John Allspaw discusses pitfalls to be avoided while troubleshooting failed systems, comparing web operations at scale with practices in aviation and nuclear power industries.
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Characterizing people as non-linear, first-order components in software development

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The business case for collaborative DevOps - Invisible Thread ...

The business case for collaborative DevOps - Invisible Thread ... | Naked Ops | Scoop.it
There's a lot of talk these days about DevOps, designing processes for coordinating software development teams with IT operations teams. The talk is being driven by companies challenged by a fast-moving market, an ever ...

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Patrick Debois on the State of DevOps

Patrick Debois discusses the ideas behind DevOps, popular DevOps tools like Chef and Puppet, DevOps vs NoOps, and much more.
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quality is my life: The Characteristics of a Lean Enterprise

quality is my life: The Characteristics of a Lean Enterprise | Naked Ops | Scoop.it
A Lean Enterprise can be defined by these 15 characteristics: 1.Customer Focus - The external customer is both the starting point and ending point. Maximize value to the customer. Optimize not around internal operations, but ...

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