You might have heard about the importance of innovation during company speeches, in blogs or at conferences. “We need to be innovative to remain relevant”… Read More »Be aware of the ‘innovation is key’ trap
In regards to the quality of both software products as devops processes there are four main metrics that can be considered to be leading: Mean… Read More »Practical guide for improving software delivery in DevOps – part 1
I have to be honest here. I was quite surprised when the term cloud became relevant again a couple years ago. This is because in… Read More »Is the grass really greener in the cloud?
I often see that companies who create their products in an agile way are looking for ways to see how things really are going. From… Read More »How DevOps metrics are especially helpful for non-it people
Part 1 of this series was about how to get an idea worked out into artefacts. In part 2 I illustrated this flow a bit… Read More »A practical guide for getting ideas to production – Part 3
IT is often a black box for ‘outsiders’ with its own jargon, many abbreviations and often even its own culture. Things often sound very complex… Read More »Who do you thinks pays off the technical debt?
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Dit is het vijfde artikel in de ‘Dear non-IT people’ reeks waarin ik IT begrippen probeer te versimpelen voor niet ICT ers: Waarom hebben ze… Read More »Van microservices naar intercity’s en sprinters
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