Posts Tagged "DevOps"
I don’t want to bore the audience with yet another post about software maintenance after my latest series about it. But… I can’t help myself after reading DevOps and Maintenance go together like apple pie and ice cream, from Jim Bird’s blog Building real software -highly recommended for those of you interested in software engineer in general and software quality and security in particular-.Read More
Every customer has a different set of needs when we implement a checKing QA project. However, we have started to see some repeating patterns like the need to reduce time and cost of maintenance; measure, to compare the quality of the various software factories’ deliveries; or be able to be more proactive when dealing with changes.Read More
You have probably heard more than once that this or that person is high maintenance. According to the urban dictionary the first definition of the term is:
- high maintenance
Requiring a lot of attention. When describing a person, high-maintenance usually means that the individual is emotionally needy or prone to over-dramatizing a situation to gain attention.Read More
DevOps. Short term for a big concept. It seems obvious that any DevOps initiative in an organization tries to reconcile application development and application operations. But is it really possible? Can we overcome decades of distrust and disrespect for each other? Anders Abel has his list of what developers think of operations and vice versa, it is an interesting and funny read but at the same time sad. Grown up, capable, probably smart engineers blaming and pointing fingers at each other the heat of a fire fight when the users of your revenue making application can’t access it or they experience poor performance. As I say sad, sad, sad.Read More