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The Fall of the Wall Between Dev and Ops

11/12/2014

From an article in the New York Times: [F]iles demonstrate how members of the regime did not trust their colleagues, or their subordinates—and that this lack of trust gravely undermined their ability to blunt the rising revolution. Sounds like how some organizations are struggling to deal with the tectonic shifts generally occurring within our industry. Read More

Sprinting on the Treadmill

06/06/2014

Shortly after Pete Cheslock’s talk at DevOpsDays Pittsburgh, I tweeted: Wanting execs to value trust & learning will be a losing proposition until we stop firing ‘em for missing a quarter’s numbers #devopsdayspgh The context was about building DevOps culture and practices within the organization, and giving people the time and space they need to Read More

Now Showing: Your Life

01/31/2014

My grandmother passed away last week. She was 85. Due to a series of poor choices1, compounded by the geriatric randomness, her last few weeks were spent in a county nursing facility. So the platitudes we all hear2 about “being in a better place now” are most certainly true. When I look back upon time Read More

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The Rise of BlahOps

01/28/2014

Last week, Perforce’s Matt Attaway and I got into an interesting twitversation de-constructing our beloved “DevOps” word. It all started because I received an email from a recruiter with a job description referencing a “DevOps team”1, but with a description2 that sounded eerily familiar to the bread and butter of a build/release team. Matt suggested Read More

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