.@monkchips firing off his entertaining rageops rants at #gitopsdays Image
The HIPPO - HIghest Paid PersOn in the room says what should be built Image
BTW @monkchips I updated your FAANG slide to FAANGZ, Zendesk has been crushing it lately ;) Image
Progressive Delivery pipeline Image
Reign in the kingmakers - "We can't let developers run around doing things willy nilly" Image
Github has Flipper for Progressive Delivery. They call it Flipper, Flipper, faster than train releases Image
Target is doing Progressive Delivery in every store. Related - @monkchips ordered shoes from another vendor using progressive delivery that didn't fit; UK vs US sizes? Image
Cloudflare has dogs, canaries, and pigs.
Dogs - loyal customers, don't break them
Canaries - roll out to test with them
Pigs are his favorite - "roll out all the janky stuff to free customers" Image
Two years of digital transformation in two months. Zoom has zoomed to be worth more than all the airlines. Image
Social distancing has led to better, more livable cities. We need to think about that from the software perspective. Image
/fin - thanks @monkchips for the great talk!

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