Tag: devops

Human Error and Just Culture

Sidney Dekker’s Just Culture made me thankful I don’t work in an occupation with a high risk of impacting public safety (those described in the book include aviation, health-care, and policing). In our society we believe that practitioners should be accountable for their actions, that without legal consequences after a […]

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Report from DevOpsDays London 2013 Fall

This Monday and Tuesday a few of us went to DevOpsDays London 2013 Fall. We asked for highlights from every attendant and this is what they had to say about the conference: Francesco Gigli: Security, DevOps & OWASP There was an interesting talk about security and DevOps and a follow […]

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Puppet Camp Barcelona

I recently had the pleasure of being asked to speak at Puppet Camp Barcelona. I’d submitted a talk a few months ago about some of the problems my team was having with our uses of puppet, and how we’re adapting to change how we use puppet. I was extremely pleased […]

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Devopsdays London

This is a blog post that was written in 2013, but somehow was forgotten about. So here is a bit of history! — Andrew Parker Most of our Infrastructure team and a couple of developers we had seconded to the team all attended the Devopsdays London conference a couple of […]

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