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Continuous Delivery eBook from Zend - views from 29 authors

I was recently asked to contribute to an eBook from Zend about moving to Continuous Delivery (CD). The 29 authors in the book share a wide range of experience with CD, and there is plenty of useful advice;  the contributions from Mathias Meyer ( 124 more words

Continuous Delivery

Picking an Agile Coach - Lessons from the Trenches

Picking an Agile Coach is often a trying task for most organizations. What is an Agile Coach and what qualities make a good one. These are just some of the common questions most organizations have. 627 more words

Agile

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Working with new teams is always fun. Here are some Agile Coaching essentials

Succeeding with your First Agile Pilot Project

Successful agile transformations often times require successful agile pilot projects. Often time a successful initial pilot is the most critical step early in a successful enterprise agile adoption. 103 more words

Agile

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IBM DevOps - Self Assessment survey

Recently read a good article on adopting “Continuous Delivery practices”. In the white paper, “Adopting IBM’s approach to continuous software delivery,” the author, Paul Bahr discussed IBM’s adoption framework for iteratively introducing new capabilities and planning improvements. 97 more words

Agile

Continuous Architecture Principles (5 of 6)

We are almost done with our discussion of the six principles of Continuous Architecture:

  1. Architect Products – not Projects
  2. Focus on Quality Attributes – not on Functional Requirements…
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Agile Architecture

DevOps for IBM Enterprise Systems Roadshow - 23rd Sep 2014, Dallas, TX

When: September 23rd, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Central Standard Time
Where:  1503 LBJ Freeway, Dallas TX, 75234
For registration please visit: ibm.co/1oWXJDw

DevOps

How frequent releases help you satisfy and retain your best employees

Think back to the last time you released to your customers. There was probably a brief feeling of satisfaction, hopefully a validation from the customer that you delivered what they wanted, and your team learned a thing or two about how effective they are at deploying and testing the changes that were delivered with the release.  1,096 more words

Process Improvement