Articles tagged with eliminate-waste
Empower engineering without compromising security
Keep Azure DevOps setup simple and avoid a lot of pain and waste!
Ensuring that our solutions meet quality guardrails and governance from ideation to deprecation.
Our quest to optimize email and associated WASTE
We would like to plan how to track and empower engineering to increase deployment frequency, and reduce lead time for change, MTTR, and change failure rates.
Balancing autonomy with consistency and standardization.
My personal crusade to optimize meetings and associated WASTE
Tired of cluttering your dashboards with duplicated waste?
Improve the predictability of delivering business value by reducing the utilization rates
Adopt humble approach when creating software products by making yourself open to interruptions
DevOps introduces simultaneous focus on expectations, architecture, design, testing, building, releasing, and running the system
Adopt the humble approach to only work in smallest possible batches with limited work-in-progress
We succeed or fail as a team (mob), not as individuals!
Teleport to the future, to optimize the YAML-based Azure Pipeline approvals.
Back to the future, to optimize the Classic Azure Pipeline approvals.
“I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail.” - Abraham Maslow 1966
The use of TLAs creates subpar collaboration, unnecessary confusion, and unintended waste.
Let us explore why the sequence of checkout steps are important in your Azure Pipeline.
Let us review two strategies to share scripts and config files with your Azure (YAML) Pipelines.
Switch focus from monitoring and measuring activities and outputs to measuring outcomes
Asking yourself why you are performing a set of manual tasks again and again? If yes, automate!
Design is not a static construct, it evolves by refactoring as we keep changing the code