WTFinar (with transcript): WTF is Delivery Management?

    In this session, Jonny Williams, author of "Delivery Management: Enabling Teams to Deliver Value", dives into the discipline of Delivery Management and its importance in enabling teams to achieve valu...

    Podcast: Honeycomb CTO Charity Majors on Code Rewrites, Acquisitions, Observability, and Team Performance

    Charles Humble talks to Honeycomb CTO and co-founder Charity Majors. They talk about her experience at Parse, re-writing Parse in Go, and her lessons from Parse’s acquisition and shut-down by Facebook...

    WTFinar (with transcript): When (If Ever) is Cloud Repatriation the Right Move?

    With a few notable exceptions, the traffic of workload movement over the past decade has moved firmly one way: from the data centre to the cloud.

    Podcast: Jennifer Mace on How Google Does SRE

    Charles Humble talks to Jennifer Mace, aka as Macey. She gives us her definitions of "site reliability engineer" and “toil”, discusses how google recruits SREs, explores how to manage risk and speed, ...

    Ditch the Template: Incident Write-ups They Want to Read

    Why should we try to make incident reports engaging?

    Regulating the Cloud for the Financial Services Sector

    In my White Paper - Banking on the Cloud, written in the summer of 2022, I highlight the increasing direct oversight that regulators are starting to have over the Cloud Service Providers (CSP).

    WTF a Developer Platform is Not

    Goodness, have I read and written a lot about platform engineering so far this year. Platform engineering is the sociotechnical discipline of crafting, building and combining all the common tools need...

    Frictionless Ergonomics: Switching to an Ergonomic Keyboard for Productivity, Comfort, and Wellbeing

    Have you ever felt pain in your hand or arm at the end of a regular day’s work?

    Is it Imperative to be Declarative?

    Recently, in Container Solutions’ engineering Slack channel, a heated argument ensued amongst our engineers after a Pulumi-related story was posted. I won’t recount the hundreds of posts in the thread...