Articles tagged with engineering

Wed 12 October 2022

Test Environment Management in a hybrid world

Test Environments are a critical component of any software development lifecycle.

Wed 28 September 2022

Servant stewardship of guardrails

You can chose between governance, policies, or standards, or collaborate with us through guardrails.

Fri 09 September 2022

Positive energy goes a long way to encourage innovation

"Every person in your company is a vector. Your progress is determined by the sum of all vectors." - Elon Musk

Fri 02 September 2022

Trunk-based branching strategy without the bells and whistles

Keeping it simple and avoiding the soul quenching politics

Fri 01 April 2022

Why we use pull requests with our trunk-based branching strategies

Busting a few process myths around branching strategies and pull-requests

Thu 16 September 2021

Track work with POPCORN Flow

Work challenges are opportunities to explore, experiment, and track the feedback gathered from the innovation

Fri 10 September 2021

How is ordering a pizza similar to hexagonal architecture?

How to build a system that interacts with the outside world without knowing the gory details of the outside world

Wed 25 August 2021

Systems thinking

Switch focus from monitoring and measuring activities and outputs to measuring outcomes

Tue 18 May 2021

Can we enact governance through engineering-friendly manifestos and guardrails?

The best way to create an engineering revolt is to enforce governance with the big stick.