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ShipTalk is the podcast series on the ins, outs, ups, and downs of software delivery. This series dives into the vast ocean Software Delivery, bringing aboard industry tech leaders, seasoned engineers, and insightful customers to navigate through the currents of the ever-evolving software landscape. Each session explores the real-world challenges and victories encountered by today’s tech innovators. Whether you’re an Engineering Manager, Software Engineer, or an enthusiast in Software delive ...
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Welcome to All Things Software Delivery with your hosts, Brian Dawson and Dan Speers. Together they have over 50 years of combined experience in the software space, including everything from ideation, coding practices, CI/CD, and operations. We are here to have smart and fun conversations about the practice of software delivery with some of the smartest people in the field.
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Adam presents TDD as skill zero, the one that unlocks all the others. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🎁 April 2024 Giveaway instructions 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence ☕️ Small Batches #65: Systems Thinking ☕️ Dave Farley on Small Batches 📘 Tidy First? by Kent Beck Chapters (00:00) - Skill Zero: Test D…
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Adam presents a catch-all episode on ops reviews, visual management, call-to-actions, and SLOs. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🎁 April 2024 Giveaway instructions 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence ☕️ Small Batches #104: Blue-Yellow-Black Visual Management ☕️ Small Batches #26: Service Level Objectives wit…
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Dave Mangot returns to discuss his new book "DevOps Patterns for Private Equity". Don't let the title fool you, this is best introduction to DevOps and many related software delivery topics. Buy this book for anyone in leadership. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🎁 Enter the FREE March 2024 book giveaway 🧭 Get your FREE Guide…
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In this episode of ShipTalk, we are joined with Ken Ahrens, CEO and Founder of Speedscale. Kubernetes is turning 10 this summer and we dig into how the ecosystem has been evolving. Learn more from Ken as he walks through his journey on: * Don't forget the fundamentals * 10 Years into K8s, what is still challenging * Enthusiasm, a very important ski…
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Adam presents visual management using simple blue, yellow, and black color grading. This is an essential episode. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🎁 March 2024 Giveaway instructions 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence 📘 Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn (Katie's Book) ☕️ Small Batches #102: Chain of Learnin…
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Adam presents a series of questions to understand production operations, plus a method to practice: MMIVM. That's Model-Measure-Instrument-Visualize-Monitor. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence 🎁 Enter the February 2024 Book Giveaway! ☕️ Small Batches #90: As Measured By ☕️ S…
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Explore the ins and outs of software engineering and organizational culture in the ShipTalk Podcast. In this episode, Dewan Ahmed, a Principal Developer Advocate at Harness, engages in a compelling conversation with Matt Anger, a Senior Staff Engineer at DoorDash. In this insightful discussion, Matt reflects on his career, from a fresh graduate to …
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Adam's welcomes Katie Anderson to the show to discuss her book Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn, lean thinking, and the powerful growth mindset. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence 📘 Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn (Katie's Book) 🎧 Chain of Learning (Katie's Podcast) ☕️ …
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Adam's two most common words (verbal ticks even) from 2023. Is it a party foul to bring lean thinking into a New Year's Eve party? Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence ☕️ Small Batches #77: Managing to Learn ☕️ Small Batches #87: Set-Based Concurrent Engineering 📘 Managing to …
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Join hosts Dan and Brian in an illuminating conversation on the modern software delivery with special guest Tracy Ragan, the CEO and Co-founder of Deploy Hub, Together, they explore the nuances of modern architectures, component dependencies, and software supply chain security. Tracy shares insights from her decades of experience as a developer, fo…
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Adam welcomes John Willis to discuss his new book, Deming's Journey to Profound Knowledge. We discuss why John wrote the book, Deming's career arc, and how we put Deming's ideas into action. The print edition is available now. Listen through to the end for announcements from Adam and John. Learn More 🚀 New listener? Start here. 🧭 Get your FREE guid…
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Adam presents the ideas in Wiring the Winning Organization with a vignette from his time on gemba. Plus, a giveaway! Here's how to win a FREE copy of Wiring the Winning Organization. First, follow me on LinkedIn. Second, post a link to Small Batches podcast episode with what you learned using the #SmallBatchesGiveaway hashtag. The giveaway runs thr…
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Join hosts Brian and Dan in a thought-provoking discussion on Cloud Native intricacies with Cornelia Davis, Technology Fellow at Spectro Cloud. Delving into the concept of Cloud Native, they dissect its meaning and practical implications. Cornelia candidly shares her serendipitous discovery of computer science as a career, while exploring the lands…
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Welcome to the latest season of ShipTalk! In this episode, we get to talk to Dr. Vlad Ukis, Head of R&D for Siemens Healthineers and author of Establishing SRE Foundations. We cover several great topics from starting and scaling an SRE function in a healthcare/regulated industry to how to go about renegotiating your SLOs. * Road to SaaS * How to re…
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In part 2 your hosts Brian Dawson and Dan Speers continue the conversation about who they are, their history, and how their shared experience might help you in your own career. Learn more about Brian and his start at a small startup and a bit about how Brian and Dan met.بقلم Dan Speers
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On this first edition of All Things Software Delivery, your hosts Brian Dawson and Dan Speers start by having a conversation about who they are, their history, and how their shared experience might help you in your own career. We plan to bring on some amazing guests in this podcast, people we have met and known in the industry. In particular, we wa…
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Adam presents thinking about boundaries, testing, and software design. Want more? ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★ 🚀 New listener? Start here. 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence 🖥️ Alistair Cockburn's posts on Hexagonal Architecture 📘 New Book! Deming's Journey to Profound Knowledge by John Willis ☕️ Small Batches #22: Derek C…
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Adam presents how he thinks about estimates and delivery. Plus, a special announcement on something new! Want more? ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★ 🚀 New listener? Start here. 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence 🥋 The Software Kaizen Substack 📘 Principles of Product Development Flow 📘 Making Work Visible ☕️ Small Batches #86 -…
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Adam presents mental model behind lean and agile. The mental model accepts we don't know the path forward, thus we must optimize for learning it. Are you just beginning your path to excellence? Then start here. Already on the path? Continue your self-study with any of these: 🧠 The Small Batches Way study guide 📘 The Fifth Discipline 📘 The Learn Sta…
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In this episode of ShipTalk, Arch Mortgage Insurance Company's Head of Infrastructure and Operations, Scott Lee, discusses his home automation solution, deep dives into the massive gap between remote workers and their managers, and share a story about that one time he lived in an RV for 18 months with his wife and 2 dogs. Introductions Just for fun…
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Adam presents the rationale behind choosing a language or tech stack. Spoiler alert: it's irrelevant to software delivery performance. Learn More 🚀 New listener? Start here. 📘 Accelerate - The science of software delivery performance 📘 The DevOps Handbook ☕️ Small Batches #65- Systems Thinking 🧠 The DORA report ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★…
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In this episode of ShipTalk, Deutsche Bank's Head of Cloud Engineering , Bijit Ghosh, takes us on a culinary journey to Croatia, discusses cloud native adoption and cultural change in the high stakes world of financial services, and brings us all home for meal time with the Ghosh family. Introductions Just for fun #1 - Bijit's favorite travel desti…
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In this episode of ShipTalk, our host Jim Hirschauer interviews many of the speakers from the WTF is SRE conference and discusses the many life lessons they express. This episode is packed with important lessons to help you interact with your co-workers and to succeed in life in general. The crew also has some fun discussing foods for a deserted is…
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Adam presents thoughts on Sidney Dekker's book "Drift into Failure". 🚀 New listener? Start here. 📘 Drift into Failure by Sidney Dekker 📘 The Field Guide to Understanding "Human Error" by Sidney Dekker ☕️ Small Batches #65- Systems Thinking 📹 The Pursuit of Success & Averting Drift into Failure - Sidney Dekker (DOES 2017) Editor's note: There is an …
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Adam revisits the historic Agile Manifesto. Learn More 🚀 New listener? Start here. 🧠 The Agile Manifesto 📘The Art of Agile Development by James Shore 📘The DevOps Handbook by Gene Kim ☕️ Small Batches #63 - Modern Software Engineering ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★بقلم Adam Hawkins
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Adam shows how the phrase, "as measured by", encourages empirical and scientific thinking. Learn More 🚀 New listener? Start here. 📘 Measure what Matters by John Doerr ☕️ Small Batches #88 - Golden Signals ☕️ Small Batches #84 - Deming & The System of Profound Knowledge ☕️ Small Batches #69 - Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) ★ Support this podcast on Patreo…
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In this episode of ShipTalk (The SRE Edition), Kyle Shelton tells us about his experience using and building developer platforms to enhance the developer experience. He also shares his favorite hobby and cautionary tale about a preventable outage that cost ~$1M ... ouch! Be sure to check out Kyle blog site at https://chaoskyle.com/ Introductions Ju…
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In this episode of ShipTalk (The SRE Edition), Steve McGhee shares tells us about a new open-source project that helps SREs understand which capabilities are required to achieve increasing levels of reliability (the nines). He also shares some interesting stories about misadventures with user files and how Google handled the news that Michael Jacks…
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Adam describes the aims of this podcast and what listeners can expect. Here's the best way to start down the path: 1. Envision the ideal: Small Batches #83 2. Study the origin: Small Batches #84 3. Build a mental model of the software delivery value stream: Small Batches #73 4. Follow me on LinkedIn for daily software delivery education 5. Create a…
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Adam presents the four golden signals for steering production operations. Are you just beginning your path to excellence? Then start here. Already on the path? Continue your self-study with any of these: 📘 Release It! Design & Deploy production-ready Software 📘 Site Reliability Engineering: How Google Runs Production Systems ☕️ Small Batches #26 - …
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In this episode of ShipTalk (The SRE Edition), Adrian Cockcroft shares his thoughts on "the 5th accelerate metric" - reliability - and the State of DevOps, using error budgets, and how to achieve continuous reliability. He shares some interesting stories about the differences between Netflix and Google, as well as some personal stories to boot. Int…
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Adam comments on the importance of creating a menu of viable alternatives when problem-solving. Show notes 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence 📘 Understanding A3 Thinking 📘 Toyota Kata 📘 Lean Product & Process Development ☕️ Small Batches #77 - Managing to Learn ☕️ Small Batches #62 - F…
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In this episode of ShipTalk (The SRE Edition), Bryan Finster discusses how to ensure reliability and resiliency across the SDLC by making everything part of the pipeline. Introductions Just for fun #1 - Bryan's favorite hobby Main topic - Leaning into delivery pipelines to ensure reliability and resiliency while creating efficiencies. Just for fun …
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In this episode of ShipTalk (The SRE Edition), Matt Schillerstrom shares stories from his time working in reliability at a nuclear power plant and at Target. We've changed up the format of ShipTalk to include some sections that are just for fun... Introductions Just for fun #1 - 1 truth and 1 lie Main topic - The impact of efficiency initiatives an…
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Adam introduces the idea of "flow" beginning with the Theory of Constraints and ending with value stream networks. Are you just beginning your path to excellence? Then start here. Already on the path? Continue your self-study with any of these: 📘 The Goal 📘 Making Work Visible 📘 Principles of Product Development Flow 📘 Goldratt's Rule of Flow 📘 Val…
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Adam connects Deming's trips to Japan in 1950 with modern software delivery. This is an essential episode. Deming on Small Batches: ☕️ Small Batches #100: Deming's Journey to Profound Knowledge with John Willis ☕️ Small Batches #67: The Red Beads (Deming's experiment to introduce SPok) ☕️ Small Batches #49: Variation ☕️ Small Batches #50: Introduci…
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Adam presents the language used to call the plays from Leadership is Language as told in The Project Banana episode. Learn More 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence ☕️ Small Batches #80: Project Banana ☕️ Small Batches #77: Managing to Learn ☕️ Small Batches #76: The Coaching Habit 📘 Lea…
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Adam presents the concept of redwork and bluework presented in the book "Leadership is Language". Learn More 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence ☕️ Small Batches #80: Project Banana ☕️ Small Batches #77: Managing to Learn ☕️ Small Batches #76: The Coaching Habit 📘 Leadership is Language…
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Something completely different. This episode is a short story about leadership, communication, and collaboration. Chapters (00:00) - 080 - Project Banana (00:37) - Project Banana (03:38) - Launch Day (07:10) - Preflight Checks (08:02) - Deploy the Proxy (11:27) - ANDON! (14:55) - Collaborate (26:40) - The Coach (32:46) - Complete (35:50) - Improve …
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Learn More NEW! The Small Batches Slack App Toyota Kata Pocket Guide Small Batches #77: Managing to Learn Small Batches #76: The Coaching Habit Small Batches #53: The Toyota Way Small Batches #39: The High-Velocity Edge (Part One) The Flow Collective ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★بقلم Adam Hawkins
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Adam summarizes John Shook's book "Managing to Learn" on the A3 problem-solving process. Show Notes ☕️ Small Batches #53: The Toyota Way ☕️ Small Batches #39: The High-Velocity Edge 📘 Managing to Learn 📘 Understanding A3 Thinking 🧠 More on the A3 Process with Examples 🎁 My Annotated A3 Template Miro Board ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★…
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Recommend Reading 📘 The New Economics by Dr. Deming 📘 The High-Velocity Edge by Dr. Steven Spear 📘 The Fifth Discipline by Peter Senge 📘 The Toyota Way by Jeffery Liker 📘 The Toyota Kata by Mike Rother 📘 The Principles of Product Development Flow by Donald Reinersten 📘 Making Work Visible by Dominica de Grandis 📘 Modern Software Engineering by Dave…
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