April 13, 2016

DevOps isn't just about the new: It's about cleaning up the old, too Paying off your 'technical debts' 12 Apr 2016 at 16:32, Michael Coté Get email alert when this author posts Common Topics As one of my coworkers used to say when confronted with The Latest Development Improvement Methodology: “ Why don’t you come down here and chum this stuff ?” – except he used the language of a sailor.

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