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Re: DevOps, Platform Strategy and Transformation
Posted by: Denis Pombriant 2019-10-01 19:13:30
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The software development lifecycle reminds me of the proverb of the three blind people confronting an elephant. One grabs the trunk and says it's a snake, another touches a tusk and says it's a spear, while the third feels its side and calls it a wall. The moral is that perception has a lot to do with perspective. For a long time, the perspective on software was that it was a necessary cost. Other considerations -- like how users experience it and how employees work with it, as determined by its quality -- were secondary.

Re: DevOps, Platform Strategy and Transformation
Posted by: Domino01 2019-10-01 19:13:48 In reply to: Denis Pombriant
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When an operating system upgrade is released for your personal computer, how soon do you install it?
ASAP -- I like to have the latest software and security features as soon as they become available.
After a Couple of Weeks -- I wait a little while in case there are problems reported by first users of the new OS.
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