We hear a lot about continuous delivery, but is that all there is when it comes to continuity? How do we handle the design? What about the data? How do we synthesize it into a useful business? For episode 48, we sit down with FlowCon program committee members Esther Derby, John Esser, and Jez Humble, live from FlowCon 2014 to discuss how we can help our companies and organizations:
- 3:04 – News & Views
- 14:58 – Main Segment: Continuous All The Things: FlowCon 2014
- Don Reinertsen on The Logic of Flow: Some Indispensable Concept (slides)
- Leigh Honeywell on Building Secure Cultures (slides)
- Marty Cagan on Continuous Innovation (slides)
- Ben Rockwood on Feng Shui In the Modern Business World
- Mary Poppendieck on The Lean Mindset (slides)
- Whitney Johnson on Disrupting Yourself
- Kripa Krishnan on Learning Continuously from Failure (slides)
- Andrew Malcolm on Making Great Products into Great Businesses (slides)
- Barry O’Reilly and Joanne Molesky on Technology is Not Enough (slides)
- Jeff Patton on Why Documents Fail And What You Can Do About It (slides)
- Erik Sowa on Front-End Ops and the OODA Loop: A Decision Cycle Time Strategy for Winning in a Hostile Internet Environment (slides)
- Dianne Marsh on Introducing Change while Preserving Engineering Velocity (slides)
- 51:12 – A Special Guest!
- DevOps Enterprise Conference
- Use the Friends and Family code SHIPSHOW20 by September 18th to get 20% off!
- A “mini-Phoenix Project” parable
- The Skeptics Guide to Continuous Delivery Five-part Series
- Interesting word-cloud produced by data from the Enterprise DevOps conference
- OMG Velocity New York!
- Various DevOps Days!
- re:invent in Vegas
- devopsconferences.com has the latest
A Special Guest!
Special Secret Guest ™ (ok, ok, it’s Gene Kim!) joins us to talk about another conference that’s looking at the “DevOps unicorn” in a different way: DevOps Enterprise, October 21st-23rd in San Francisco; register with coupon code SHIPSHOW20.
What does flow mean to you?
What do you find is most difficult for your organization to work with “flow”?
Join the discussion!