DISCLAIMER: This post appeared originally in SpiderOak’s Engineering Blog (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0). Whenever the word automation appears in conversation, I always remember this story of a build engineer that took the word “automation” to the next level. There are times where you want to be really needed at your job; at the very least, it gives you a […]
This idea came to my mind the other day: project management is security engineering. I’ve done both, one way or the other, and I started to see the similarities.
The best way to approach a situation, that I’ve learned, is making sure you ask the right questions. That’s it. As a manager, you don’t have to have the answers, some answers sure, but not all. That’s why you are a manager, you are the router on a network of really smart people. You do […]
There are many ways to run a DevOps team. Is there a recipe in this post to run the best ops team ever? Certainly not. This is just the starting point: the basic things you need to look for when everything is on fire and you can’t just double or triple the size of the […]