Sitting in a sometimes noisy coffee shop on a unusually cold Brisbane day, Craig sits down for a chat with Justin Hennessy, a Scrum Master, Devops and System Administrator all rolled into one!
TheAgileRevolution-81 (42 minutes)
Tony asks a philisophical question , whilst Renee harnesses her nineties pop star – Ice Ice Baby and Craig marvels at Tony’s cool intro – probably the coolest intro he’s done since the eighties.
The Agile Revolution – 73 (54.21)
agile, Agile Coach, agile games, component teams, Craig Smith, DevOps, Essential Scrum, Lean, Lean Startup, Renee Troughton, SAFe, scrum, ship it, TDD, Tony Ponton
At YOW 2013 in Sydney, Craig and Renee catch up with Michael Nygard and discuss the world of DevOps including:
Michael’s book “
Release it!: Design and Deploy Production Ready Software“ What DevOps really is
The values of DevOps and its relationship to the Agile Manifesto
Could DevOps have occurred without Agile?
How much of Release it is still holding well?
Anti-patterns in DevOps (eg. a separate DevOps group)
Cognitect and Closure Development is production
Where does ITIL fit in with DevOps?
Why Problem Management may no longer be relevant
How good are we really in DevOps?
You can contact Michael on twitter at
@mtnygard or at the Think Relevance Blog.
The Agile Revolution-69 (28 minutes)
agile, Agile Manifesto, anti-patterns, closure, cognitect, Craig Smith, DevOps, ITIL, Michael Nygard, Problem Management, Release, Renee Troughton, Values
Still getting through some of the fantastic speakers at YOW! 2012, in today’s episode Renee speaks to Ben Hogan ( @agileben) and Peter Moran ( @petermoran) about all things DevOps including:
REA‘s DevOps journey for the home ideas team
Hooroo’s DevOps journey Continuous Deployment
Advantages of co-locating the DevOps people into the teams
Amazon and Engine Yard server farms Callenges of DevOps – people or technological?
Change to testing
Thankyou to the YOW! 2012 conference for inviting The Agile Revolution to record podcast interviews at the conference!
TheAgileRevolution-54 (27 minutes)
agile, Amazon.com, Ben Hogan, Continuous Deployment, DevOps, Engine Yard, Hooroo, Peter Moran, realestate.com.au, Renee Troughton, YOW! 2012
This is a special mashup episode recorded in Auckland, New Zealand. Craig catches up with Mark Derricut from the Illegal Argument podcast and Craig Aspinall from the Coding By Numbers podcast. Not your usual Agile podcast, the discussion starts around the definition of Agile (“crash often, crash regulary”) and trying to define quality and ends up in a chat about wicked problems, devops and software development skillsets.
This episode has been released on the other channels as well (take a listen if you haven’t already)
Illegal Argument (Episode 83)
Coding By Numbers (Episode 37)
TheAgileRevolution-38 (67 minutes)