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Matthew Skelton May 21
Version control is not just for storing code. Version control is a diagnostics tool, a time machine, a foundation for reasoning about changes and problems. 🔭🕰️💡
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Matthew Skelton May 1
Hint: More planning will not make big, complex releases less error-prone. Smaller, more frequent releases with decoupled systems *will* reduce errors.
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Matthew Skelton May 23
Product Owner: "Why should I pay for improvements to my delivery mechanism?" Me: if you want to deliver more software more often (safely), you need to move away from horse-drawn software.
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Matthew Skelton May 15
Current status: seeing so much pain from lack of early deployments into Production. Start by just deploying readme.txt, ffs - evolve the rest later.
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Mark Mansour May 7
Like all other AWS teams, we're thinking about the CodePipeline and Code Suite roadmap. What should we be building to make your continuous integration and continuous deployment lives better?
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Chris Proto 23h
Delete your "flakey" tests. It's one of the simplest, easiest, most obvious things you can do to improve your team . I cannot stress that enough
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Matthew Skelton May 23
Even if you deploy or release only every 6 weeks or 6 months, is still the best approach for high-quality, supportable software that works in Live.
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Visual Studio App Center May 7
Exciting news! We’re introducing a + integration that offers you (CI) and (CD) at your fingertips, so you can automate the Build-Test-Distribute process for your mobile projects:
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Zakia Bouachraoui May 6
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Matthew Skelton May 17
"Teams were incentivised to get changes into Production early and often." - on success at GOV dept. - Decoupled teams - Metrics to drive smaller, frequent changes - Tracking CAB input - Circuit breakers for external systems
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CloudEXPO ® May 23
Replying to @IBMDevOps
DevOps with IBMz? You heard right. Maybe you’re wondering what a developer can do to speed up the development cycle--coding, testing, source code management, and deployment-? How to integrate z application assets into a DevOps pipeline.
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Mihaela Sfat 20h
What do we want? To deliver better software! When do we want it? Continuously! 🚴‍♂️
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Matthew Skelton Apr 18
The worst aspect of ? Having only a single person assigned to a task. Massive anti-pattern for and where we want collaboration and shared ownership.
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@DevOpsSUMMIT Apr 28
Replying to @CloudExpo
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@DevOpsSUMMIT May 16
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Scott Nasello May 14
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Digital Transformation EXPO ® Mar 28
Replying to @BigDataExpo
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Calum Shepherd May 23
Quite enjoyed casually dropping the number of releases the team did today into an email, alongside an FYI on the changes going live. Dashboards starting to come together too
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Diabol AB May 16
Some of the team at the AWS Stockholm Summit!
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PIPELINE Conference May 22
Videos and photos from PIPELINE Conf 2018 - online now 🎉
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