Continuous Discussions (#c9d9): Episode 10 Recap – Continuous Delivery

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Yesterday on #c9d9 we got to hear from folks practicing Continuous Delivery in their organizations about their journey. We asked our panelists what does CD means to them in their businesses, and how did they achieve it: How Agile are they, truly?; Do they have a CD champion?; What's their toolchain?; and what's next for them on their Continuous Delivery journey?

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This episode features:

Gene Gotimer An architect at Coveros focusing on delivering secure software using Agile and DevOps at government and commercial clients. @CoverosGene |

Ivan Kusalic Ivan is a software engineer working for HERE, a Nokia business in Berlin. He is a software craftsman, functional programming enthusiast, in love with life. @ikusalic |

Joshua Kerievsky A globally recognized thought leader in Agile and Lean software development. An entrepreneur, author, and programmer passionate about excellent software and discovering better, faster and safer ways to produce it. @JoshuaKerievsky |

Rick Porter Rick spends much of his time with SAP change teams, analysts and consultants globally talking change control, automation and release management. @revtrac |

On the Next Episode of Continuous Discussions:

Join us on Tuesday, March 3rd, at 10am PST , when we'll be talking about Build Acceleration . Add the event to your calendar » This episode will feature:

Dominic (Dom) Faraone Dom has in depth experience architecting, deploying and automating enterprise hardware and software environments for a variety of industries. @domfar

Eric Melski A "developer's developer" who creates tools for developers; now Chief Architect at CloudBees, where he makes high-performance build tools. @emelski |

Florian Motlik Flo is the CTO and co-founder at Codeship, a hosted continuous delivery service. He's passionate about immutable infrastructure and helping teams build more productive processes. @flomotlik |

Mykel Alvis With over 35 years experience in software development, Mykel now spends his time coaching the DevOps team at a healthcare company, where he promotes automation and repeatability. His goal is for developers to reflexively perform the practices that are central to DevOps. @mykelalvis |

Michael Chletsos Michael has been straddling the world of Dev and Ops, now working remotely with teams across the world to help improve their workflows. @mpchlets

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