Building and Scaling High Performing Technology Organizations
by Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble, and Gene Kim
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Unlock the future of software excellence with continuous delivery, lean principles, and a focus on team well-being. It's not just about code; it's about crafting a symphony of innovation, adaptability, and human-centric design.
What's it about?
"Accelerate (2018)" explores the intersection of software development and organizational performance. Drawing on rigorous research, it reveals the practices and capabilities that allow high-performing technology-driven companies to excel and achieve a competitive edge in the fast-paced digital era.
About the author
Nicole Forsgren is a partner at Microsoft Research, where she leads Developer Velocity Lab – a cross-organizational effort to amplify productivity, community, and well-being. She’s been widely recognized for her work on understanding software delivery performance.
Jez Humble is in SRE at Google and is a lecturer at UC Berkeley. He’s also the coauthor of books like Continuous Delivery and Lean Enterprise.
Gene Kim is an award-winning CTO, researcher, and author best known for The Phoenix Project, The DevOps Handbook, and The Unicorn Project.
A guide to mastering the art of efficient software delivery.
Imagine being in a bakery. You've got a long line of customers, each wanting a uniquely decorated cake, delivered quickly. Traditional methods might have you baking each cake from scratch, slowly and methodically. But what if there were a way to serve each customer rapidly, with custom cakes that not only looked fantastic but also tasted divine?
That's the magic of continuous delivery in the software world.
This Blink to Accelerate unravels the essence of modern software development, allowing businesses to serve their customers faster and better. It provides a roadmap to transforming your “bakery,” ensuring your team can create masterpieces efficiently and joyously.
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