No Continuous Delivery? Then Walk Out.
Charity Majors, CTO of Honeycomb.io, joins the Dev Interrupted podcast to discuss 15-minute feedback loops and the fundamental need for Continuous Delivery.
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Continuous Delivery & the 15-minute Feedback Loop
The benefits of continuous delivery are enormous, and almost every engineer you ask would agree. But almost no organizations are shipping software in under 15 minutes. So what's stopping us?
In this episode of Dev Interrupted Charity and I discuss :
- How to break out of the "Software Delivery Death Cycle"
- The overwhelming benefits of having a short feedback cycle
- The greatest failure of our generation of software developers
- How to implement true Continuous Delivery at your enterprise
- What Observability Driven Development means at the developer level
Continuous Delivery, the action of having a short feedback loop when shipping software to production, is the best way for engineering teams to operate. In this incredible episode, I bring in Charity Majors, CTO of Honeycomb.io, to explain how to implement continuous delivery, and why you should walk out if your organization doesn’t support the practice....
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