It's retro day!
If you find that you can improve the way you're working, don't wait.
What I have changed
Here are some of the things I have changed in the last 30 days.
What have you changed in the last 30 days?
Tiny DevOps episode #47 Paul Cothenet — Observations on observability
Paul Cothenet of Patch.io joins me this time to discuss war stories implementing observabillity at two small startups.
Don't let the perfect ideals be the enemy of progress.
A Look at Atlassian's April 2022 Jira Outage
What lessons can you take from this incident for your own organization?
Tiny DevOps episode #32 Adrian Stanek — Think In Baby Steps
Adrian Stanek, of Bits in Motion, joins me to relate his success story of transforming his organization's software development process via baby steps.
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How to measure continuous improvement
We can count retrospectives, but that feels like a vanity metric. How do we know if we're actually improving?
Has Facebook outgrown "Move fast and break things"?
Did Facebook's recent outages prove that they're moving too fast? I don't know. And neither do you. We don't have all the information.
What can we learn from the Facebook outage?
Facebook has revealed the cause of their 6-hour outage: human error. I hope those pesky humans learned their lesson! Or is there more to it?
Normally when we think of up-skilling, we think of taking a class. But what if you never use that knowledge? A knowledge option is a tool to reduce this risk.