For the first episode of the new year, the panel looks back at the trends and events of the past year that were part of DevOps daily life and notable in build/release engineering. We also take a look forward at 2013 and make some predictions about what the year will hold and put us on the hook for revisiting our predictions next year. Join us for our pro-/retrospective:
Join J. Paul Reed, aka @SoberBuildEng, Youssuf El-Kalay, aka @buildscientist, EJ Ciramella, aka @eciramella, and Sascha Bates, aka @sascha_d for the discussion, plus the last couple of weeks in News & Views and the soft under-belly of The Ship Show!
- 1:49 – News & Views
- 1:52 – Mozilla brings 64-bit Windows nightly builds back
- 3:18 – Etsy releases Schemenator, a tool for managing SQL schema deployments
- 5:29 – Flyway
- 6:38 – Serious security vulnerabilities discovered over the holidays in both Rails and Java
- 9:30 – DevOps Reactions Tumblr
- 9:45 – “When a person that works for Oracle is spotted in a devops gathering“
- 10:50 – Main Segment: Out with The 2012, In with The 2013
- 46:05 – A [Y]Ear-Full of Bloopers
Pulling Back the Ship Show Curtain
If at first you don’t succeed, there’s always post-production…
What do you think the defining events of 2012 in the RelEng/DevOps sphere were? And what do you think we should all be looking at in 2013?
Join the discussion!