Wen Gu is the Software Engineering Manager of Engineering Effectiveness at Twitter and keynote speaker at Jenkins World 2016. He brings his experience in software development for tech giants to DevOps Radio’s first episode of 2017.
In this episode, special host Sacha Labourey, CEO of CloudBees, chats with Wen about his moves from DevTools to DevOps, Intuit to Twitter and Hudson to Jenkins, covering the evolution of CI/CD and the tricky definition of DevOps. Wen also describes the DevOps cultural experience at legacy tech companies like HP, Yahoo and Intuit, as well as at younger companies like Twitter. He stresses the importance of unifying DevOps’ tools and best practices to get to the crucial last mile of the software delivery process – deployment.
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Sacha Labourey, CloudBees, and Wen Gu, Twitter, going the last mile together, on DevOps Radio