Human being, by nature, learn by doing experiments. These experiments vary in size and magnitude, but it doesn’t mean that they are proportional to learning achieved. Sometimes experiments have an unexpected outcome and impact, many times irreversible. That’s why they are executed under controlled conditions.
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DevOps is a very hot topic nowadays. From its origins in industry, it has focus on waste elimination. Waste is produced within organizations, processes, activies, procedures and day-to-day tasks either consciously or unconsciously.
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I have 10+ years of experience in software engineering, but only in the last 6 years I’ve been practicing Agile. Since then, complementing those practices has become a permanent task allowing me to discover many advantages and disadvantages of being an advocate to Agile. My main focus is to simplify my life, both personal and working, so I’m always looking ways to be more efficient. Currently I use a personal Kanban at work for my own tasks given the nature of my role as Software Architect, participating in many projects at a time.
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