A great article on Team Health Monitors via First Round Review
Interesting article on how preparing a backup plan can increase the odds you’ll need it: Having a “Plan B” Can Hurt Your Chances of Success @scientificamerican.com
An interesting article from Bill Shinn on implementing audit controls in DevOps in his presentation: The Last Mile for DevOps in Regulated Organizations. His presentation is also available through Youtube.
A great looking presentation all about how to ship software faster. Lots of good examples and code samples on a/b testing, giving feedback, collecting metrics, code ownership and more by Zach Holman.
Jez Humble presents some observations on plant floor engineering and operations, deriving the behaviors, rituals and processes that are essential to fast flow in software development. Via: InfoQ
Interesting keynote by Sidney Dekker addressing having focus on the history of our understanding of system failures and the assumed role of human error: System Failure, Human Error: Who’s to Blame?
Monitoring is not an ‘OPS-thing’, it should be an integral part of Engineering. An interesting article related to this Metrics Driven Development can be read on Librato: here.
In 2011 there was an accidental post from a Google employee about Google+. The internal rant was accidentally shared publicly and provides some insight into how Google approached APIs for their new Google + platform, as well as insight how Amazon adopted an internal service oriented architecture (SOA). The insight about how Google approached the API for Google+ is interesting,…
I always encourage my people to experiment, try and take take risks, because I believe this is the only way in which people learn and achieve! Peter Drucker once said: People who don’t take risks generally make about two big mistakes a year. People who do take risks generally make about two big mistakes a year. In my opinion this…