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This is the second instalment of a “Scaling Agile” blog series. The first instalment was “Scaling Agile: A Law And Two Paradoxes”. Before proceeding further, please, read …
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When you consider an organization and the value chains that describe it then there are five groups of other organizations and individuals that any company interacts with. There are the inputs into the value chain (supplier...
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Personal blog of Dmitriy Samovskiy, focuses on cloud computing, infrastructure as a service, platform as a service, infrastructure as code, Linux, devops, python, ruby, rabbitmq, Amazon Web Services EC2
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SprongOne Platform 2016 Speaker: Cornelia Davis; Sr. Director of Technology, Pivotal. While “cf push” is the center of it all, there are many more things that …
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My talk at ServiceManagerDag in the Netherlands about Scaling Operations at Spotify. April 2015
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Several times recently I got the message (overtly or subliminally) that if you don't work with software and tools you can't understand DevOps, that if you haven't immersed yourself in the sacred waters of cutting code then you are somehow unenlightened.
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Continuous Delivery specialist. DevOps enthusiast. Operability nut.
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  • Skelton Thatcher Consulting Ltd
    Co-founder and Principal Consultant, 2014 - present
  • thetrainline.com
    Build & Deployment Architect, 2011 - 2014
  • Priocept
    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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Ecosystems
blog.gardeviance.org

When you consider an organization and the value chains that describe it then there are five groups of other organizations and individuals th

Book Review: “Build Quality In”
developer.ibm.com

I’ve been interacting with Steve Smith and Matthew Skelton over the past few years at conferences, and on Twitter. So when they released the

A Path to DevOps Through Platform/Product Alignment
www.somic.org

Personal blog of Dmitriy Samovskiy, focuses on cloud computing, infrastructure as a service, platform as a service, infrastructure as code,

The cult of DevOps | The IT Skeptic
www.itskeptic.org

Several times recently I got the message (overtly or subliminally) that if you don't work with software and tools you can't understand DevOp

The replicator
www.economist.com

Designing in the digital and physical worlds at the same time

The robots are coming ... for whom the bell tolls.
blog.gardeviance.org

I often read articles about how machine intelligence and robotics will replace basic roles in society, they will become the new drivers, the

Digital By Default?
blog.zuehlke.com

A little bit of history In the previous UK Parliament Her Majesty’s Govern...

The Product Managers' Guide to Continuous Delivery and DevOps - MindTheP...
www.mindtheproduct.com

This guide is for you if …. You’re in tech, you’re a product manager or an MBA. Your team A/B tests, feature toggles, and you have a dog in

We're All In This Together
flowchainsensei.wordpress.com

We're All In This Together Creating, sustaining and continually improving effective ways of New Product Development requires the efforts, co

The Netflix Tech Blog: Automated Failure Testing
techblog.netflix.com

At Netflix, we have found that proactive failure testing is a great way to ensure that we have a reliable product for our members by helping

Ten basic rules for dealing with strategy consultants
blog.gardeviance.org

I'm no fan of strategy consultancy in general because most of what I see lacks any form of situational awareness and much of the field is un

Pivotal Acquires CloudCredo | Pivotal P.O.V.
blog.pivotal.io

Today, the Pivotal family got a little bigger with the acquisition of CloudCredo, a collection of some of the foremost experts helping compa

Kanban in Operations - 10 Months Later - Nikolay Sturm's Blog
blog.nistu.de

Learnings after 10 months of kanban in operations.

sysadvent: Day 9 - Leading change in organizations of all sizes
sysadvent.blogspot.com

Written by: Aaron Nichols (@anichols) Edited by: Michelle Carroll (@miiiiiche). Some context. This post is about bringing change to an organ

Efficiency vs Effectiveness and why flow isn't enough.
blog.gardeviance.org

Without naming names, I'm going to talk about a rather ridiculous situation that helps highlight the difference between efficiency vs effect

Open source as weapon
blog.gardeviance.org

I often talk about the use of an open play as weapon, a mechanism of changing the environment you exist in. Back in 2011, when I examined th

Building the Pipeline - Process Led or Automation Led?
chrisoldwood.blogspot.com

After being in the comfortable position of working on greenfield projects in more recent times I’ve taken the opportunity to work on an exis

Is there trouble brewing in the land of DevOps?
blog.gardeviance.org

Back in 2008, I had a pretty well developed concept of how organisations evolved due to the commoditisation of component activities. The pro

Rightshifting In A Nutshell
flowchainsensei.wordpress.com

Rightshifting In A Nutshell Whilst in Sweden and Finland last week, I twice had the occasion to present this short (around ten minutes) set

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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