I’ve spent a lot of time in my career working on problems that cross the
lines between development and operations. That’s why I am interested in
1 replies - 14805 views - 06/24/11 by Jim Bird in News
I’ve been teaching and practicing agile for several years and there
is definitely a problem with TDD: People find it very difficult to use.
16 replies - 7909 views - 06/24/11 by kent tong in News
Last year while I was in barcamp cambridge, decided to do a short talk on devops. It’s still a term that not too
many people have come across and something...
0 replies - 2452 views - 06/24/11 by Gareth Baker in News
In “The Moving Parts of Opscode Chef”
there was an interesting discussion about the need of a highly
available chef server if you want to use opscode...
0 replies - 4484 views - 06/23/11 by Matthias Marschall in News
I’ve just found my notes from James Turnbull’s talk at FOSDEM.
I found the talk excellent, and I’m already part of the choir. But much
0 replies - 4323 views - 06/22/11 by Gareth Rushgrove in News
Before answering questions about unit testing I usually tend to ask
some questions to get the broader picture – especially if the question
0 replies - 3851 views - 06/21/11 by Dror Helper in News
What is it? Using Team Foundation Server’s
User Story, Task and Bug work item types as the central unit of work for
all the activities done within a...
0 replies - 3638 views - 06/21/11 by Dennis Doomen in News
Dave Astels mentions in his BDD paper that the way we use language influences the way that we write code, quoting the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis
“there is a...
0 replies - 7470 views - 06/19/11 by Mark Needham in News
In his Agile Austin presentation, colleague and friend Michael Cote discussed velocity in Agile development vis-a-vis velocity in IT operations. To quote...
0 replies - 2735 views - 06/17/11 by Israel Gat in News
Earlier this year, I was invited to present a talk at Devopsdays Boston about deployment as the new build:
how deployments are carried out now, how they will...
2 replies - 5107 views - 06/17/11 by Andrew Phillips in Articles
What is it? Coding guidelines, or coding
standards if you will, are documents consisting of rules and
recommendations on the use of C# in enterprise...
0 replies - 8982 views - 06/16/11 by Dennis Doomen in News
Well perhaps not Nirvana then, but at least having a suitable level of test coverage.
I wanted to write an article around the uptake of test driven...
1 replies - 5982 views - 06/15/11 by Martin Harris in News
It’s been a while since I talked about how we develop and deploy
software at my current job. It’s come a long way from the “Good Ole
0 replies - 5559 views - 06/14/11 by Daniel Ackerson in News
me tell you a story about my first job: a long ago I was hired for my
very first software development job. I worked with some really...
1 replies - 8173 views - 06/13/11 by Dror Helper in News
You know it within an hour of working with them. A special kind of
sysadmin or developer that not only knows how to do their job, but
really cares about...
0 replies - 8293 views - 06/11/11 by Daniel Ackerson in News
The following recommendation was given in the post How
to Initiate a Devops Project:
For a DevOps
project, start by establishing the technical debt of
0 replies - 4728 views - 06/11/11 by Israel Gat in News
In The Agile Flywheel, colleague Ray Riescher describes how velocity in dev drove corresponding velocity in ops:
Scrum set the flywheel in motion and...
0 replies - 2095 views - 06/09/11 by Israel Gat in News
The sysadmins at Puppet Labs are less interested in the latest marketing buzzwords and more interested in the practical day-to-day issues. In this video...
0 replies - 7897 views - 06/08/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Videos
If you’re stuck with someone in an elevator and have only a few
seconds to explain why introducing agile Methodolgies and DevOps is a
good idea, these...
0 replies - 3203 views - 06/03/11 by Matthias Marschall in News
DZone got a rare opportunity this month to interview Jez Humble, the co-author of Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, and...
0 replies - 6705 views - 05/30/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in News