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And it's completely brushed aside as something the developers can just "do" as soon as it's mentioned to them. It should have taken a solid year.
It should have the phoenix project pdf kindle their critical resource, Brent, for a year. The same can be said of the job they did going through Kanban and the change process -- it would have taken a consultant months of getting everyone on-board and then even longer to get people not to fall into old habits, but somehow Bill comes back after a weekend and his team has already sorted everything.
It's dishonest, and it presents a distorted view of how much work it can be to change and how much fear peopl can have of change, especially the threats of outsourcing and the phoenix project pdf kindle liquidations. I am utterly shocked at how John, the security guy, has a meltdown, gets drunk, and then and becomes an evangelist for Bill.
It's bizarre, especially when you consider his approach.
Ask Etsy about their e-commerce functionality and then ask Etsy whether they could get by without their security the phoenix project pdf kindle. It's not even dishonest He's just not credible as a character.
Sure, he may exist, but he just doesn't know the protagonist well enough to be able to say the things he says.
I'm secretly hoping he's Tyler Durden. I am very, very surprised at how "Continuous Delivery" is jammed into the back.
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I am very surprised by the comments that Bill the protagonist has about the developers. I am downright astonished that the development team of a large corporation is capable of setting up a repeatable testable environment based on VM within the phoenix project pdf kindle, can move to a cloud based solution like Amazon AWS, and put together a push-button packaged deployable solution to production and some how the operations guy gets the credit for that.
I've worked as an e-commerce consultant for more than a decade, and even at places like Twitter it takes months of effort to do that. And it's completely brushed aside as something the developers can just "do" as soon as it's mentioned to them.
It should have taken a solid year.