Lars Kruse talks about the Continuous Delivery Maturity Model and DevOps implementation challenges.
We participated in the DevOps and Continuous Development event ‘Delivery of Things World 2016’ in Berlin, where our founder and CEO Lars Kruse was asked the questions:
Here is your chance to hear the story of our Continuous Delivery Maturity Model and our approach to working with automation and the steady road to bulit-in quality in software development.
This is a conference in Gothenburg for software developers, especially those with some experience of agile and a desire to improve their skills.
Industry experts and pioneers visit Gothenburg
What testing steps should you include in your Continuous Delivery pipeline? Don’t just string together existing manual processes - use simple, collaborative tools to design something better!
A new card game to design Continuous Delivery pipelines
Jenkins is one of the best adverts for open source and at Praqma we have been using it since the very beginning. We enjoy giving something back to the community by hosting Day of Jenkins, and this year’s event was packed with exciting developments. Read on!
Day of Jenkins [as code] - A summary
Continuous Delivery and DevOps are here to stay and not because they’re being practiced by trendsetting unicorn companies. The fact is science tells us that these approaches work and this year’s conference gave us lots of examples.
Continuous Delivery and DevOps - Not Just For Unicorns
DevOpsDays Copenhagen 2018 was a great success. Inspiring talks and a pleasant community. I had the pleasure of being the host of this event. I decided to kick off the event with a song about DevOps. See the video and lyrics here.
A whole new (DevOps) world
Once again the contributors and major players in the Git ecosystem are gathered. Read along for news, announcements and stories from Git Merge 2018.
Blogging from the Git Merge Conference at MACBA in Barcelona
A developer that pushes their changes and goes on a celebratory walk to the water cooler is done. But, they’re not done done, their changes have yet to be thoroughly tested, added to future release notes, properly peer reviewed and more. These are pains we want to rid the software industry of, and here’s how we do it.
How we tell the Continuous Delivery story
We strive to continuously improve, so the 8th gathering in our Continuous Delivery Alliance will feature all the good things from the 7th meeting in a slightly evolved format.
Continuously improving our format
Hear about upcoming events in Scandinavia, latest tech blogs, and training in the field of Continuous Delivery and DevOps