Need help transitioning to Continuous Delivery?

September 15, 2022
Does continuous delivery seem like a nice, but distant, goal? I'm launching a 4-week program to help you get un-stuck.

Are you sold on the idea of Continuous Delivery, but feeling trapped by your situation? Not enough unit tests yet? Still relying on manual testing? Nervious about going full-on with automation?

I’ve taken several years of my experience getting teams out of these sorts of jams, and packed them into my first ever 4-week Lean CD Seminar, starting October 3.

Students will be invited to an exclusive Slack community for continuous discussion. Then for four weeks, I’ll kick each week off with an interactive video lecture and Q&A session on Monday, along with some homework to take to work (is that workwork, then?) and apply directly to your team’s software delivery.

By the end of the fourth week, you’ll be well on your way to improving your team’s software delivery. If you don’t agree, it was worth the price, I’ll give you your money back. No questions asked.

Enroll now »

Or read more at LeanCDSeminar.com.

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