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Continuous Delivery specialist. Operability nut.
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  • Matthew Skelton Limited
    Owner, 2014 - present
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    Build & Deployment Architect, 2011 - 2014
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    Technical Director
  • DevDoctor
    Senior Engineer
  • Porism
    Senior Software Engineer
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I build software systems and geek out over music and language.
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Conways Law & Continuous Delivery
www.slideshare.net

Presentation to Pipeline Conference (Continuos Delivery) April 2014. Discusses Conway's Law and the implications for continuous delivery

Introducing Continuous Delivery | Javalobby
java.dzone.com

[Editor's note: This article is featured in DZone's upcoming 2014 Guide to Continuous Delivery, which will be released April 14th. Pre-regis

Application Pattern: Consumer Driven Contracts | Javalobby
java.dzone.com

Consumer Driven Contracts enable independent releases of interdependent applications When applying Continuous Delivery to an application est

Conway's Law v. Software Architecture | Agile Zone
agile.dzone.com

I've written about Conway's Law before (Return to Conway’s Law (2006) and a Focus Group I ran at EuroPLoP “What do we think of Conway’s Law

Binary Repository Management Cheat Sheet from DZone Refcardz - Free, pro...
refcardz.dzone.com

Repository Management. by: Carlos Sanchez. Software development produces two distinct kinds of artifacts: (1) source code, and (2) binary ar

You don't do Repository Driven Development yet? Where have you been? - s...
www.simpligility.com

I have been doing a lot of software development and related work by now and there are some things I just don’t get. One of them is “Why are

Why is the west seen as the greatest threat? From Asia, the answer's clear
www.theguardian.com

An international survey on the greatest threat to world peace points west. Here are four examples of how moral authority has been sabotaged

Passwords leaked on live TV as UK responds to flood emergency
grahamcluley.com

The UK has been hit hard by extreme weather conditions, with transport systems shut down, homes flooded and high winds cutting electricity s

The world upside down.
continuous-delivery-and-more.blogspot.com

A blog about continuous delivery, test automation, architecture and agile.

DevOps for the mainframe
www.ibm.com

DevOps as a term has been evolving over the last few years. If you want some interesting perspective, see what your favorite search engine r

Is Yours a Learning Organization?
hbr.org

Business management magazine, blogs, case studies, articles, books, and webinars from Harvard Business Review, addressing today's topics and

Agile Projects and the Distributed Team or When Agile Goes Global (DevOp...
www.ibm.com

OK, so you and the rest of your team members have decided you want to “try agile” on your next big project. Maybe you’re getting pressured b

Don't put security in DevOps, turn DevOps into security
www.scriptrock.com

One of the major benefits of DevOps principles is that everyone's functional input (including InfoSec) is brought in earlier and then automa

Airlander Competition
www.airlander.co.uk

Make sure you take this truly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Win a pair of tickets to join our shareholder, Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson a

Simple Log Watcher
sourceforge.net

Swatch.pl started out as the "simple watchdog" for activly monitoring log files produced by UNIX's syslog facility. It has since been evolvi

Are musicians better language learners?
www.theguardian.com

Children who learn music from a young age find it easier to learn languages even in adulthood, research has found

No, You Are Not a DevOps Engineer | The Virtualization Practice
www.virtualizationpractice.com

Ask five IT people what the term DevOps means and you will likely get five completely different answers.

How the Guardian successfully moved domain to
www.theguardian.com

Six months on from the domain move to www.theguardian.com the Guardian is still experiencing record traffic. Matthew O’Brien, the software a

CoApp - Home
coapp.org

CoApp. Latest News: State of the CoApp Project Where I talk about where we are, and what's coming up next... CoApp is a set of open source t

5 Keys to Continuous Delivery, Starting With: What Is It?
insights.wired.com

David Farley and Jez Humble wrote a book called Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, and Deployment Automati

Tasty, interesting xmas menu, with pork belly pizza and scrummy puddings. However, it was the service which really shone. One of our table was blind, and the skill, care, and understanding shown by our server (female, ex-music student) was exemplary; without fussing, she helped to make everyone feel at home, placing sauces and drinks at convenient arms-reach and noting verbally where they were on the table. Also, the Braille menu was easy to read, and even had amusing anecdotes at the back. Definitely worth a visit if you have Braille-reading friends or colleagues.
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No hassle, great service. Highly recommended.
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