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The Ship Show: Asked and Answered

04.19.2013
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This episode, we delve into the always-squishy “DevOps culture” and take a closer look at the process of both asking and answering questions. If DevOps really is the incarnation of developers and operations groups working together, the ability to efficiently and accurately transfer information between those two groups is a critical skill to have and of paramount importance to organizations trying to promote their own DevOps culture. We discuss tips and talk through our experiences to look at questions as they are:

Asked & Answered

Join J. Paul Reed, aka @SoberBuildEng, Youssuf El-Kalay, aka@buildscientist, and Sascha Bates, aka @sascha_d, plus the last couple of weeks in News & Views and another DevOps Dear Abby!


Or, download Episode 18, or any of our previous shows!

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DevOps Dear Abby

@nywilken asks “I am looking for some solid resources, books, and docs on Chef-Solo. Do you have any good suggestions?”

@pwan asks “Are there any DevOps lessons to be learned from Project ORCA (besides redirect your http requests to https)?”

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What issues have you run into when asking questions or getting your questions answered? What are your strategies for getting the result you want?

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