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Beware of lonely numbers

Cupcake with a one-shaped candle

This week I’ve been listening to the highly recommended book¬†Factfulness: Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About the World–and Why Things Are Better Than You Think¬† written by Swedish legend, Hans Rosling. “Factfulness” really challenges us to revisit our assumptions about binary constructs like “us vs. them” or “developed world vs. developing world.” Most of us in the “western world” still think in terms of the “haves vs. the have nots” but Rosling shows us how old that thinking really is and why we should be moving to a model of thinking in a spectrum. The book is really eye opening and, so far, there’s one piece of advice that I feel is especially critical for us all to adopt.

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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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