We like to think we’re pretty good at continuous integration, and we were feeling rather proud after being able to give some advice to others at CITCON. Hey, we’re doing pretty well on that there CI Maturity Model, eh?
Andy Parker brought us back down with a bump by reminding us that companies who are really slick will never even bother to go to conferences or boast about their amazing skillz in blog posts. The reason is simple: there’s nothing they can learn from anyone else any more, so why bother? The classic example is Google, who apparently know more than anyone else on the planet about running giant server farms, and hardly ever tell anyone how they do it.