Software Delivery —1 min read
Minimum Viable Continuous Delivery

A group of people with a lot broader experience than I have, come up with a pretty good definition of "Minimum Viable Continuous Delivery".

Tech Tools —44 min listen
Adventures in DevOps 109: Is Kubernetes Right for You?

Everyone and their mother is talking about Kubernetes, but is it right for you?

Software Delivery —2 min read
One not-so-simple trick to reduce your time fixing bugs

Continuous Delivery reliably predicts less time spent fixing bugs. How close are you?

Quality Engineering —3 min read
How expensive is a bug?

The "observation" that fixing a bug in production costs 1000x more than fixing it during design assumes a waterfall approach.

Software Delivery —1 min read
The store will be closed for software upgrade

In 2022, I can't think of any legitimate reason that a place of business should need to close for a software upgrade.

Agile Principles —1 min read
What if the stakeholder can't work in an agile way?

Many projects do operate in a non-agile way. What happens to them? Most fail.

Agile Principles —2 min read
How to release 2 years of unfinished code, the "Agile way"

Unfinished code is like old parts in a warehouse.

Agile Principles —0 min read
So do you expect me to write a blank check?

If we don't know when a software project will be done, how do we know if it's worth the investment?

Teams & Culture —24 min episode
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.

Quality Engineering —2 min read
What is a bug?

Is any failure to meet user expectations a bug?

Agile Principles —1 min read
If you call a tail a leg

If you call a tail a leg, how many legs does a dog have?