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Podcast: Product Engineering, Personal Values and Teamwork

In this conversation, J Veeraraaghavan shares his experience and perspectives with Sivaguru onThe mindset needed for developers and testers to play as a single teamHow use of right words can bring in significant changesWhat approaches are needed to build great...
CHOW #128: Back to the Drawing Board

CHOW #128: Back to the Drawing Board

Peter is a project manager, who has delivered many software projects in Airlines ticketing and reservations successfully, on-time and within budget. He just signed up to deliver an analytics platform for revenue enhancement, which involved storing and analyzing...
Making the SDLC safe – learning from the DuPont model

Making the SDLC safe – learning from the DuPont model

Recently I had the opportunity to lead an assessment of Business Excellence at one of the Navaratna units. This unit [and also others in the same organization] had started adoption of the DuPont model for safety. As I interacted with different participants in this...
Immutable infrastructure

Immutable infrastructure

Over the many years of my interactions with various projects, the most common misconception that I come across is equating a daily standup to scrum and agile. In such situations, the conversations invariably start something like this: “We are already agile, we...
DevOps and the software lifecycle

DevOps and the software lifecycle

The most commonly accepted definition of DevOps is that it is a movement. There are many discussions around the approaches that would work best to adopt DevOps in a specific context. Most of these threads talk about the need for culture, automation, lean thinking etc,...