I’ve worked at several environments where most of our product was run
through the JVM. I’ve always used the information available to me in
0 replies - 9403 views - 03/06/12 by Geoffrey Papilion in Articles
We’ve been trying to grow our team for a few months now and the title we’re hiring for is Devops Engineer. One of the candidates our recruiters reached out...
2 replies - 6437 views - 03/05/12 by Spike Morelli in Articles
The latest incremental release of Go, ThoughtWorks Studio's platform for automated build and continuous
integration/delivery, has one major new feature that...
0 replies - 2737 views - 03/02/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
Typical Continuous Delivery, where builds are promoted along a
pipeline or lifecycle is broken for complex architectures – especially
web service based...
1 replies - 6247 views - 02/27/12 by Eric Minick in Articles
2011 I did a talk on Continuous Delivery, in which I describe the
process and principles of CD, using our experience at LMAX as an...
0 replies - 4234 views - 02/21/12 by Dave Farley in Articles
I have a weird idea. What
if, with every change we made to our codebase,...
0 replies - 7385 views - 02/20/12 by Cody Powell in Articles
Its time to admit that sometimes it’s okay to incur technical debt,
particularly when it comes to getting it done. So many times, I’ve run
7 replies - 6206 views - 02/19/12 by Geoffrey Papilion in Articles
The idea behind the technical debt metaphor
is that there is a cost to taking short cuts (intentional technical
debt) or making mistakes (unintentional...
2 replies - 10777 views - 02/15/12 by Jim Bird in Articles
"I find the majority of people's definition of 'DevOps' insulting to Ops people," says Edward Capriolo in a recent sunday diatribe titled "Why I...
0 replies - 6347 views - 02/14/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
One of the things that I did, almost by accident, when we started
Hibernating Rhinos was to create a CI server and a public daily build
1 replies - 6231 views - 02/13/12 by Ayende Rahien in Articles