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“DevOps is not about the few; it’s about the many”




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"We standardised to , and . We were giving the developers the tools they were asking for, and that made adoption much, much easier" (ish) , speaking at about adopting at .




“Aligned autonomy at ASOS to make sure everyone was pulling in the same direction” -The Keynote




“Giving the team tools they asked for and allowing them to take ownership of that made things much easier for us” Ian Margetts on tooling and their Journey




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Stop! Collaborate and listen! Scott shares the importance of this on their journey as the industry quickly matured.










is an exciting system to with but poses its own when it comes to . Here is how you can overcome them. Read more,




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Lol: hey, why do you have a bash script/ansible playbook with my name on it?

Today at work, while being very tired, I suddenly wondered what the maven file “pom” actually stood for. So I googled it and it turns out it stands for “Project Object Model”. “Huh”, I thought, “that sounds funny: Project Object. A shame the last word doesn’t end the same as well!” And that’s how I made myself snicker for a solid minute over the thought of “Project Object Moject”.

Don’t code when you’re tired, guys.