How To Bring Agile To The Whole Organization
Swift Response by The U.S. Army
U.S. Army paratroopers assigned to 1st Battalion, 143rd Infantry Regiment, 173 Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne) conduct training in preparation for Air Assault operations during Exercise Swift Response. Exercise Swift Response 19 is an annual U.S. Army Europe led multinational airborne exercise being conducted in Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania with participating armed forces from France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom. Swift Response provides a vital joint training opportunity that allows command and control of complex operations from dispersed locations while ensuring that participating forces work together seamlessly to bring the full weight of the joint and combined team to bear â wherever and whenever needed â to defend against regional aggression.
Agile, Testing & Devops Showcase in Brussels welcomes you! This conference is devoted to DevOps, Testing and Agile methods that involve development and a stable Continuous Integration (CI) infrastructure, as well as an automated pipeline that moves deliverables from development to …
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Agile Idea :
1. Focus ที่คน และความสัมพันธ์ของคนในทีม > process oriented หรือ tools ทั้งหลาย
2. ให้ความสำคัญ กับ products และให้คุณค่ากับ สิ่งที่ปฎิบัติได้จริง ใช้ได้จริง > การวางแผน / Planning ใช้ประโยชน์ได้มากกว่า Plan
Open Source Ecology group is a group dedicated to creating open source industrial machinery for building a sustainable civilization. This presentation gives an excellent overview.
I am an emotionally challenged developer!
I’m not the most socially aware person in the world. I can be abrasive, totalitarian, “direct”, antagonistic, and even a plain ol’ asshole sometimes. Am I a bad person? No! Do people like me? Apparently - they invite me to lunch, drinks after work, ask how I am and generally want to be around me. I’m just saying that I have my strengths and weaknesses as everyone does. It’s important to be honest about these and if you’re confident enough to admit it to yourself, then try sharing it with a colleague - you’ll be amazed at the strength it can add to your working environment.
So here are my three tips for being more effective in a team. These are especially useful to those who might find it harder to integrate into a team in a non-technical capacity –
Most of these are easy and things you can learn. They can be taught - if you’re unsure, ask a peer for help (#bevulnerable), and they’ll probably respect you more for it. Furthermore, I’m not a master of these either. They’re a daily challenge, but one I’m willing to work at. I hope you can think of it that way too.
That’s all I have for today. I’m going to head off to a team lunch soon and try to put more of these into practice.
This was cross-posted to LinkedIn - feel free to share.
Special thanks to Azella, Matt N and Ronnie for reading drafts.
DevOps has become a key factor in the growth of a large number of companies as well as businesses, and it is essential to look at what exactly are the companies performing in order to implement it with success. It is quite clear the DevOps if used correctly, can be quite a helpful tool.