Below is a regularly updated selection of the blogs and sites that we follow at JCEE Consulting.
- Presentation: Panel Debate – Is There a Difference Between Agile and Business Agility?Dean Latchana leads a debate between Agile and Business Agility. By Dean Latchana ... read more
- Blameless Post-Mortems and On-Call Gamification at 1st DevOpsDays Portugal (Day 2)Ten years after the first DevOpsDays conference in Ghent, the evolution of DevOps and organizations trying to adopt it was at the forefront of the first DevOpsDays conference in Portugal. On the second day, a mix of local and international speakers covered topics such as learning from incidents without blame, ... read more
- Using Helm Charts Tools to Manage Kubernetes Deployments at Delivery HeroDelivery Hero’s engineering team uses Helm and related tools to simplify management of multiple Kubernetes environments, sensitive data, and configuration. By Hrishikesh Barua ... read more
- Presentation: DeepRacer and DeepLens, Machine Learning for Fun! (and Profit?)Jeremy Edberg shares his work with DeepRacer and DeepLens, talking about some of the basics of ML used in these projects and showing a DeepRacer in action. By Jeremy Edberg ... read more
- Presentation: Building and Scaling a High-Performance CultureRandy Shoup discusses team autonomy- how high-performing companies own their destiny from idea to development to deployment to operations; trust- how we need to foster a culture of trust among the individuals on a team, and between the teams themselves; and pragmatism in the product development process- how we need ... read more
- The next CEO of Stack OverflowBig news! We’re looking for a new CEO for Stack Overflow. I’m stepping out of the day-to-day and up to the role of Chairman of the Board. Stack Overflow has been around for more than a decade. As I look back, it’s really amazing how far it has come. ... read more
- Announcing Stack Overflow for Teams
- Strange and maddening rulesThere’s this popular idea among developers that when you face a problem with code, you should get out a rubber duck and explain, to the duck, exactly how your code was supposed to work, line by line, what you expected to see, what you saw instead, etc. Developers who try ... read more
- The Mega-Guide to Trends in 2019
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective IT LeadersWhat do the best IT leaders do that others don’t? There are several habits and practices that separate the highly effective IT leaders from the ineffective leaders. But there are 7 habits in particular that really differentiate the best of the best. Here are the 7 habits of highly effective ... read more
- 10 Blog Posts that Teach You a Lot About Satya Nadella and Digital TransformationAccording to Comparably, a compensation, culture, and career website, Satya Nadella is ranked as the #1 CEO in the US. I was “head coach” of Satya’s Innovation team and I met him in person. I get why he’s ranked number one. He lives his passion, inspires with purpose, and creates ... read more
- Am I micromanaging my team?Here are the 5 most telling signs of micromanagement – and what you can do instead. I won’t tell anyone: You think you might be a micromanager. Argh. If there were scarlet letters for a bad manager ... read more
- Six Hours of Phone Calls
Been asking some close business friends for SEO consultant recommendations. Getting some back. Curious to see if there’s overlap with the broader audience. If you were going to hire an SEO consultant to audit + make recommendations, who’s the obvious go-to?— Jason Fried (@jasonfried) May 13, 2019When ... read more
- Leverage? No thank you.