Overnight releases are a thing of the past... or they should be. They create more problems than they solve for organizations, and a little bit of learning, time commitment, and infrastructure tuning can put them firmly behind any organization.
Over the past few months I’ve been on the outside, looking in, on a rushed technology M&A process
Getting stuck is part of the process, but not learning from it could be a huge problem.
This week has been a fun one in my world, having multiple conversations of trying to apply project management methods to
John F. Kennedy in his famous speech about NASA going to the moon stated "We do this thing not because it is easy, but because it is hard."
“Think about this for a moment: Why would you ever choose to be with someone who is not excited to be with you?”
I hate the term DevOps; to fractionally quote the movie ‘Love Actually,’ - “it covers all manner of sins, doesn’t it?”
“The sky is falling, the sky is falling!”
Too often in the current technical job landscape, hiring managers and recruiters are looking for a genius level polymath, someone good at everything thrown at them, even if they have little or no experience at it.