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Jonathan Hall is a DevOps coach on a mission to bring “Enterprise” software deliver practices to small teams. He has over three decades experience in software development, two decades in technical leadership roles, and is a regular blogger on topics of agile and DevOps principles.
Sample Questions for Jonathan
- Is it really practical to do DevOps on a small scale?
- Can a team successfully do DevOps if they don’t have an Operations team?
- If a team is already using Scrum, or some other agile framework, what more does DevOps provide?
- How can a small team find the time to configure and manage complicated DevOps tooling?
- DevOps is such a broad topic, how can a small team possibly have the skills necessary for a successful implementation?
- Can teams based on legacy or third-party tools use DevOps?
- What limitations are there when using DevOps on small teams?
Random Facts about Jonathan
- I dance salsa.
- I was a digital nomad for 2.5 years, during which time I visited 13 countries on 4 continents.
- I used to fuel my car with used fryer oil from restaurants.
- During high school, I owned and operated a small dial-up ISP in my home town of 600 people.
- My first computer was a Commodore 64.