Give your teams a private Slack channel
Why I prefer every team has their own public and private Slack channel.
Adventures in DevOps 117: Anti-Patterns in DevOps
We discuss various anti-patterns in software engineering, including password management, team structures, mean time to recover, and more.
Don't get trapped in the fire esacpe
A risk I never imagined, and one I certainly never face when I work from home.
Finding a vision
A direction is important for every team, and if not provided with one, the team will invent their own.
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Adventures in DevOps 110: Building and Organizing DevOps Teams
The panel breaks down the process of building a "DevOps team".
In-person management is sometimes like riding shotgun
While sitting in the front seat may make me feel I have more control, I really don't.
Gervais, meet Westrum
The Gervais Principle, as dark as it may be, only explains a mere 80% of organizations.
How trusting is your organization's culture?
Organizations that tend toward trusting cultures exhibit higher software delivery performance and higher levels of job satisfaction.
What does the team say?
Often a mediocre decision made by the team is better than a perfect decision made by a single leader.
Tiny DevOps episode #39 Bryan Finster — The One Agile Scaling Framework to Rule Them All
Bryan Finster returns to Tiny DevOps, this time to explain the amazing benefits of his new Scaled Agile DevOps Maturity Framework (SAD MF), the silver bullet that you, and literally everyone else, should be using.
Tiny DevOps episode #38 Matt K Parker — Radical Collaboration, how Radical Enterprises do it, and how you can, too
More and more organizations are adopting a "Radically Collaborative" approach to business. Matt K. Parker, author of the new book "A Radical Enterprise" joins me to discuss what this means, why it's desirable, and how to begin adopting these practices in our own organizations.