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Continuous Delivery? Easy! Or maybe not that easy?

What will we talk about?

It’s time for the next Continuous Delivery Users meet-up! We’re inviting you for an active discussion on Continuous Delivery.

Different companies are reporting different experience from their Continuous Delivery transformations. Are there some things in Continuous Delivery that are inherently difficult? Are there some issues that create challenges in some context, but not in others? Are there some practices that should be in place first to support a smoothly running Continuous Delivery pipeline?

Based on two papers reporting experience from industry in introducing Continuous Delivery, we will start a discussion about the validity and generality of their experience. Have you had the same problems? Have you found a way to solve/avoid them? Did you go through your transformation without experiencing the problems. Did you experience a different set of problems?

The format will be a ‘fishbowl’ discussion. Three-four people sitting in the middle on chairs and the rest of the people standing in a circle around. You are only allowed to talk when you have a chair. When you don’t want to take part in the discussion anymore, you get up and give someone else the possibility to take a chair (and discuss).

Get ready to participate!

We will assume that people have read (or at least looked at) the following two experience reports from industry, and have maybe spent a minute or two reflecting on how that relates to the their personal CoDe experience/opinions, and bring that to the MeetUp.

-Lianping Chen: Continuous Delivery: Huge Benefits, but Challenges Too

-Steve Neely, Steve Stolt: Continuous Delivery? Easy! Just Change Everything (Well, Maybe It Is Not That Easy)

4 Apr 2017


IT University (Room 3A54)
Rued Langgaards Vej 7
2300 Copenhagen

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17:00 Welcome Pizza, drinks and mingling 17:30 What do we know about Continuous Delivery? by Lars Bendix, Configuration management Researcher and Professor 18:00 Fishbowl discussion session 19:00 Thank you and Goodbye

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