It's been over a year since we published our first #DevOpsFriday5 and to celebrate we've been publishing collections of our favourite answers to each of the questions - and have launched a whole new set for the twelve months ahead. This week we're tackling the last question from the original series, Question Five:
Where do you like to go to get a DevOps hit?
DevOps has been growing in popularity since the first DevOpsDays (over five years ago) and with this rapid growth the number of DevOps content sources has also increased like topsy, which led us to wonder where would someone new to DevOps start their search.
So we asked the enthusiasts participating in #DevOpsFriday5 where they go for their DevOps hit thereby building a list of resources (now neatly summarised here!) to help people new to the subject, or following it avidly, get started and keep up with the latest thinking.
Throughout the year we recieved many different responses, many of which we ourselves hadn't come across yet (so thanks guys!). Below is a list containing links to these sources. Be DevOpstastic!
Gareth Rushgrove (@garethr)
Gene Kim (@RealGeneKim)
Adrian Cockcroft (@adrianco)
Simon Wardley (@wadders77)
John Allspaw (@allspaw)
Theo Schlossnagle (@postwait)
Nathen Harvey (@nathenharvey)
Mitchell Hashimoto (@mitchellh)
Adam Jacob (@adamhjk)
Andrew Clay Shafer (@littleidea)
Luke Kanies (puppetmasterd)
Pete Cheslock (@petecheslock)
DevOps Borat (@devops_borat)
Daniel Berg (@dancberg)
Eric Minick (@EricMinick)
Sanjeev Sharma (sd_architect)
Alex Padaimoulis (@apapadimoulis)
Bob Aiello (@BobAiello)
Jez Humble (@jezhumble)
Martin Fowler (@martinfowler)
DevOps Leicester (@devopsleicester)
Jabe Bloom (@cyetain)
Will Evans (@semanticwill)
Patrick Debois (@patreickdebois)
Esther Derby (@estherderby)
Mark Burgess (@markburgess_osl)
Torbjörn Gyllebring (@drunkcod)
Dave Snowden (@snowded)
Liz Keogh (@lunivore)
Elisabeth Hendrickson (@testobsessed)
John Wills (@botchagalupe)
IBM's DevOps Community
Jeff Knupp's blog
Scaled Agile Framework
Talk to people
Many of the answers included talking to people in one form or another - collaboration and sharing being core DevOps ways.
If you want to take a look back at the first four questions please click the links below:
Question One: What's Your Preferred Definition of DevOps?
Question Two: The Most Common DevOps Mistakes Made?
Question Three: How do you recommend an organisation new to DevOps start?
Ouestion Four: What's your prediction for what DevOps will look like in 2020?
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