Solving the bottleneck
Don't forget to measure your problem
Adventures in DevOps 162: What it Takes to be a DevOps Engineer
Lane Wagner, founder of boot.dev, joins the show to discuss whether you can consider yourself a DevOps engineer if you aren't writing code.
Imagine you work on an imaginary software development team with imaginary problems...
To change priorities, or not...
I'm not certified
I coach teams on improving software delivery. I Scrum masters. I teach Test-Driven Development. But I'm not "certified".
Trade in your efficiency
Trade some of your existing efficiency in for greater effectiveness instead.
Adventures in DevOps 161: Tradologics: Cloud Platform for Trading with Ran Aroussi
Ran Aroussi, a multifaceted tech expert and founder of Tradologics, joins Adventures in DevOps to discuss his experience in algorithmic trading and finance.
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Why do devs want more devs?
Almost always, more team mates means slower output, not faster. So what's the proper solution?
Roles vs Jobs
In many companies, matching a job role to a job title can be a big challenge.
What shape is your automation?
A mistake I see many people and teams make is that of assuming that an automated task will look like the manual task, only automatic.
There's always more work than you can do
How are you selecting which items to keep in your backlog, and which items to throw away?