Do you think like a lawyer, a scientist, or an engineer?

Originally published in InfoQ Key Takeaways The challenge in tech and business is to collectively improve our understanding and ability to act for the benefit of ourselves and others. Therefore, the intellectual humility of a scientist, the ethical sensibilities of a lawyer, and the creativity of an engineer are all …

DevSecOps Can Address the Challenges of Governance, Risk, Compliance (GRC)

Originally Published in The New Stack It’s easy to see DevOps as something relevant only within IT. But DevOps can be a key aspect of supporting GRC (governance, risk, compliance) needs for the broader organization. This gives context to IT improvements and gives IT a seat at the table in …

The Cases for DevOps

Originally published in DigitalisationWorld Organisations continually hold in tension innovation and stability. Every business needs to innovate and develop new functionality for their customers and employees. To do this, they build and customise applications. This is the role of the Development team (Dev). Those same organisations also need existing systems …

How to Shift to a Remote DevOps Process

Originally Published on the Salesforce Developer Blog The COVID-19 outbreak, for better or worse, is challenging all organisations to adopt and embrace remote work. For many, this is completely uncharted territory. Having several remote workers or occasional work-from-home check-ins is one thing. But trying to move an entire group, department, …

3 Keys to Building High-performing DevOps Teams – Part 3

Originally Published in DevOps Digest In the last installment of a 3 part series about keys to building high-performing DevOps teams, learn about what drives members of your team. Part 1 explored how to organize your teams around customer value and Part 2 dissected what it takes to collaborate and align your team. KEY …