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Month: June 2018 (page 1 of 2)

This Week’s Video to Watch: Metrics & DevOps

JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc caught up with me at DevOpsCon 2018 to talk metrics and DevOps following my talk “Finding Metrics that Matter and Using them Safely” and my workshop “Winning at DevOps with Kanban.”

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DevOpsCon18 Berlin: Finding Metrics that Matter and Using them Safely

what's important to you?

I was really excited to be invited to DevOpsCon in Berlin in May to hold a one day public workshop on Kanban and to spend an hour talking about Finding Metrics that Matter and Using them Safely. The conference was great, accommodating up to 1000 attendees and Berlin was quite nice too :).

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Finding balance with the Lagom Discovery Canvas

It is not uncommon to find ourselves needing to answer such questions as:

  • How much documentation should we write?
  • How much of our code needs test coverage?
  • How much work or how many projects can we work on at one time?

There are no stock answers to these questions. The right answer for you may be different than the right answer for the person next to you in the line for coffee in the morning. There is a parable from “The Way of Testivus” that explains this quite well.  There are some of us that want someone to tell us what to do so we can just go do it and not have to figure it out. But, there are things that no one outside of your context can tell you – they can only give you pointers and guide you in the decision-making process.

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