We are a group of like minded software professionals, who thought it time to share our experience, so that we can facilitate open discussion, invoke ideas and learn.
Over the last decade we’ve have had the opportunity to work on some amazing projects with some even more amazing people.
Building websites has never been a job; it’s always been a passion and we’re some of the lucky ones who have got paid for our hobby.
After 15 years in the industry, we thought it time to share our experiences. The Dev Ops Guys are;
Discovering better ways
In 2001, the Agile Software Development Manifesto was born in the mountains of Utah. The manifesto set out three simple values in its opening statement;
- Uncovering better ways of developing software
- Doing it ourselves
- Helping others do it
We’ve always believed in the Agile Manifesto for Software Development, and thought it fitting to stay true to this ethos.
“We are uncovering betters ways of interacting between development and operations, by doing it and helping others do it.”
Our intention is not to tell you how to build, deliver and manage better websites, but to establish a forum, based on all the experience we have gained, with the sole intention of imparting that knowledge with others, so that they may learn, enhance and help others. Our aims are simple;
1. Demonstrate tools, techniques and practices we use to bridge the gap between software development and IT groups they rely upon.
2. Facilitate discussion on DevOps successes and challenges.
3. Explore, experiment and learn new and better ways of practicing DevOps.
We hope you find this blog valuable.