The Alignment Anti-pattern, Improving Developer Skills (Ep. 42)

November 22, 2016 Coté


Companies that want to get better at software are staffing and organizing themselves in new ways. The traditional “silos” approach clusters teams together into functional groups, whereas modern approaches cluster around product. We cover skills by looking at a recent Cloud Foundry Foundation survey on developer skills and then discuss some sections of Coté’s upcoming cloud native journey booklet related to team composition and outsourcing.

While news is sparse this week, we point to some “what does the US election mean for tech” news and also cover Microsoft Teams in relation to how “chat ops” has been extended to be SOP in most modern IT shops or, rather, how it should be.

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