“That would never work here.”
You’ve likely heard this sentiment (or maybe you’ve even said it yourself).
Good news: change is possible!
Martin Hinshelwood of Naked Agility explains how Microsoft’s Azure DevOps Services formerly VSTS went from a three-year waterfall delivery cycle to three-week iterations and open sourced the Azure DevOps task library and the Git Virtual File System.
There is a lot we can learn both from Microsoft’s success and failures in moving towards Scrum, Agile, & Continuous Delivery.
Focus: DevOps Story / Journey of Microsoft to CD
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Martin Hinshelwood is a Professional Scrum Trainer, Microsoft MVP: Development Technologies & DevOps, and has been Consulting, Coaching, and Training in DevOps & Agility with Visual Studio, Azure, Azure DevOps, and Scrum since 2010 and has been delivering software since 2000.
Martin is available for private consulting and training worldwide and has many public classes across the globe.