Dominica Degrandis’s book “Making Work Visible – Exposing Time Theft to Optimize Work and Flow” dwelves on not just making work visible but identifies the five time thieves that prevent you from getting work done – namely, Too much WIP, Unknown Dependencies, Unplanned Work, Conflicting Priorities and Neglected Work. Each of these “time thieves” are dealt with in depth and also looks into ways and means to tackle each of them.
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The DevOps Handbook is a truly comprehensive book on DevOps. It covers the theory principles and practices to start off a DevOps initiative. The book covers the whole gamut of DevOps from the cultural aspects, flow, feedback, continuous improvement, value streams, the foundations for the Deployment pipeline automated testing, Continuous Integration, , Continuous delivery and deployment, the popular tools and metrics collected, right up to integration security and compliance as part of regular work. The case studies from Netflix, Target, Etsy, Google and others gives us a clear picture of how the concepts and principles are put into practise.
The book complements ‘The Phoenix project’ and “Lean Enterprise” in terms of content related to DevOps.
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