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Win Free Copies of New Book on Continuous Delivery and DevOps

12.25.2012
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We’ve teamed up with Packt Publishing to organize a giveaway of their new book “Continuous Delivery and DevOps: A Quickstart Guide” as a holiday gift to you our readers!

Four lucky winners stand a chance to win copies of this new book. Keep reading to find out how you can be one of them.

Continuous Delivery and DevOps

As the author puts it, the book is a “collection of suggestions based upon experience and observations.” It’s all about:

  • Real world examples of how to go about implementing continuous delivery and DevOps
  • Learning how continuous delivery and DevOps work together with agile tools
  • An honest and open guide to consistently and quickly shipping quality software

Read more about this book and download the free Sample Chapter

How to Enter?

All you need to do is head over to the Continuous Delivery and DevOps book page and look through the product description of the book. Drop a line via the comments below this post to let us know what interests you the most about this book. It’s that simple.

Winners from the U.S. and Europe can either choose a physical copy of the book or the eBook. Users from other locales are limited to the eBook only.

Deadline

The contest will close December 31, 2012 at midnight Pacific Time (PST). Winners will be contacted by email, so be sure to use your real email address when you comment!

Don’t lose any time and head over to the Continuous Delivery and DevOps book pageright now. We’re looking forward to your comments here on our site. Happy hunting and good luck!

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Comments

Abhi Ah replied on Thu, 2012/12/27 - 5:36am

I look forward to read the real world examples especially since they cover the evolution of devops as the project evolves.


Peter Sellars replied on Thu, 2012/12/27 - 3:45pm

Really interested in the cultural and behavioural aspects of establishing a DevOps mentality that the book looks to address - the chapter on No Pain, No Gain and Culture and Behaviours would appear to cover these points well. Looks like this book should be on the list of all those companies trying to establish a DevOps mentality.

Balazs Vojtek replied on Fri, 2012/12/28 - 4:19pm

A lot of paragraphs have caught my attention in the table of contents, bat at most I'm interested in Building trust-based relationships across organizational boundaries, t.m. how could a DevOps-like environment successfully interact with a rigid, rule-based consumer.

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