As we run screaming into the new year, it’s the time of year that most companies are double-checking their roadmaps: comparing it to last year’s Q4 data, seeing what worked and what didn’t, and adjusting course accordingly (see my article about pivots vs. features).
Companies pivot. Startups, more than most.
What’s the worst part of your job as a team lead or manager? Deadlines? Crazed customers?
The use of Agile methods for the delivery of software is become commonplace for individual projects.
Whether in job searches or on resumes, “DevOps” has become one of the coolest buzzwords to throw around. However, are you using it correctly and does it even matter? According to Wired’s J. Wolfgang Goerlich–it isn’t a job, but DevOps is still important.