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Start and Scaling Devops in the Enterprise Paperback – December 1, 2016
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About the Author
Gary Gruver is an experienced executive with a proven track record of transforming software development and delivery processes in large organizations, first as the R&D director of the LaserJet firmware group that completely transformed how they developed embedded firmware and then as VP of QA, Release, and Operations at Macy’s.com where he led the journey toward continuous delivery. He now consults with large organizations and runs workshops to help them transform their software development and delivery processes. He is the co-author of Leading the Transformation: Applying Agile and DevOps Principles at Scale and A Practical Approach to Large-Scale Agile Development: How HP Transformed LaserJet FutureSmart Firmware. Website: GaryGruver.com Twitter: @GRUVERGary Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garygruver Email: email@example.com
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Gruver's new, perfectly sized book is a good place to start if you're in one of these organizations that's struggling to improve how you create and deliver software. The writing is clear and economical. There are very direct, entirely doable guidelines and tactics to switch to and follow, while the reasoning (the "why are we doing this?") is always there.
There aren't a lot of footnotes and sources because they aren't needed. Having managed such efforts at large organizations himself, Gruver is a primary source.
As I like to joke in talks where I reference Gruver's work: if it can be done for printer firmware, what's *you're* problem?
Highly recommend this book. It's outstanding and I love the pragmatic approach. Turns out, you don't have to change the company - just focus on more frequent releases without sacrificing quality!