DevOps is just cooperation
Any time you hear the word "DevOps" in a sentance, phrase, or title, replace it with the word "Cooperation" and see if it still makes sense.
Humans are Turing complete
Any task we can automate can be performed by a human. This is probably pretty obvious, but has some interesting implications.
DevOps isn't about automation
Regadless of how much automation you have (or don't have), if you have hand-offs, you're not doing DevOps.
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- September 10, 2021PyCon Australia 2021 Talk Notes: The Butterfly Effect
- July 19, 2021Is remote work doomed to failure?
- July 12, 2021Why Is DevOps Important? A Philosophical Look for 2021
- July 8, 2021Scrum Day Europe 2021 Talk Notes: Scrum Isn't Enough
- June 26, 2021What is the ROI of Test-Driven Development?
- March 29, 2021The Zero-prep Postmortem: How to run your first incident postmortem with no preparation
- January 13, 20214 Benefits of Continous Deployment
- January 3, 2021Can Pull Requests Be Replaced?
- December 15, 2020Is Kubernetes Right for a Small Team?
- December 12, 2020Go JSON Tricks: The Self-Referencing Marshaler
- December 8, 2020My Funny Habit: Code Review for Solo Projects
- November 30, 2020How to Land a Job Using GitHub
- November 11, 2020Talk Notes: Intro to CouchDB
- August 16, 2020Why Great Habits Are More Important Than Great Skills
- July 12, 2020The 3 Best Config File Formats
- June 26, 2020Go JSON Tricks: Extending an Embedded Marshaler
- June 5, 2020Better WFH: Making remote work more effective
- May 30, 20206 ways to RUIN your logging
- May 15, 2020WFH WTF: Eliminating some of the WTF around remote work