Talking DevOps, Go and Continuous Delivery in ReverseI join the Lovin' Legacy podcast to talk about DevOps, the Go language, and implementing Continuous Delivery in reverse. Have a listen.
Richard Bown of the Lovin’ Legacy Podcast recently had me on his show to talk about DevOps, the Go language, and implementing Continuous Delivery in Reverse.
I talk to Jonathan Hall about all things DevOps from small companies to large companies and where the customer fits in the often technical story of our code development and deployment.
How do you bring junior devs up to speed responsibly? How do we as an industry think of DevOps tooling and how much is too much? How and when should you automate?
We also talk about his love for Golang and how it makes life simpler for junior and senior devs alike - how he got into DevOps and what that means to him both from a development and operations perspective.
Finally we also cover Continuous Delivery and how to implement more easily, in reverse.
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