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Software Delivery in Small Batches

Author: Adam Hawkins

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Adam Hawkins presents the theory and practices behind building a high velocity software organization. Topics include DevOps, lean, software architecture, continuous delivery, and interviews with industry leaders.
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This is the final episode in the series on the 2009 Book "The High Velocity Edge" by Steven Spear.Adam and Steve reflect on the fundamental thesis in the book: apply the scientific method everywhere to everything all the time. This leads to a conversation on how the ideas directly apply to software, deployment pipelines, the ideal flow, and applying the coaching and improvement katas.Free Resources DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Toyota Kata Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Links Adam Hawkins on Twitter Adam Hawkins on LinkedIn Adam Hawkins' webiste Steve Spear on Twitter Steve Spear on LinkedIn See To Solve (Steve's new venture) Steve on the Idealcast with Gene Kim Steve's previous DevOps Enterprise Summit Talks Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Part nine of a nine part series on the 2009 book "The High Velocity Edge" by Steven Spear.My closing thoughts on the book before the next episode featuring my conversation with Steven Spear.Free Resources DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Episode Transcript The High Velocity Edge (book) Creating High Velocity Organizations (talk) Discovering Your Way to Greatness: How Finding and Fixing Faults is the Path to Perfection (talk) Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Part eight of a nine part series on the 2009 book "The High Velocity Edge" by Steven Spear.This episode demonstrates the third capability, knowledge sharing, and the fourth, developing skills in others, through Toyota's "jishuken" exercise. It's a process for improving problem solving processes.Free Resources DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Episode Transcript The High Velocity Edge (book) Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Part seven of a nine part series on the 2009 book "The High Velocity Edge" by Steven Spear.The episode covers applying a disciplined problem solving method to achieve the second capability.Free Resources DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Episode Transcript The High Velocity Edge (book) Creating High Velocity Organizations (talk) Discovering Your Way to Greatness: How Finding and Fixing Faults is the Path to Perfection (talk) Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Part six of a nine part series on the 2009 book "The High Velocity Edge" by Steven Spear.This episode completes the discussion on the first capability: system design and operation by identifying the four levels of system design and their associated checks.Free Resources DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Episode Transcript The High Velocity Edge (book) The Story of Sakichi Toyoda Biography of Taiichi Ohno Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Part five of a nine part series on the 2009 book "The High Velocity Edge" by Steven Spear.This episode continues discussing system design and operations with a focus on using "jidoka" to build in quality control into systems.Free Resources DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Episode Transcript The High Velocity Edge (book) The Story of Sakichi Toyoda Biography of Taiichi Ohno Small Batches #11: Preflight Checks Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Part four of a nine part series on the 2009 book "The High Velocity Edge" by Steven Spear.This episode introduces the two pillars of the first capability: design systems to reveal problems. The first pillar is Taiichi Ohno's "kanban", or pull-based, philosophy on system design. The second pillar is Sakichi Toyoda's "jidoka", or self-regulation, philosophy to identify problems when they happen.Free Resources DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Episode Transcript The High Velocity Edge (book) The Story of Sakichi Toyoda Biography of Taiichi Ohno Discovering Your Way to Greatness: How Finding and Fixing Faults is the Path to Perfection (talk) Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Part three of a nine part series on the 2009 book "The High Velocity Edge" by Steven Spear.This episode tells the story of how Admiral Hyman Rickover demonstrated the four capabilities while creating the US Navy's nuclear reactor (or NR) program.Free Resources DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Episode Transcript The High Velocity Edge (book) Dr. Steve Spear's 2019 and 2020 DevOps Enterprise Summit Talks on Rapid, Distributed, Dynamic Learning (podcast) Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Part two of a nine part series on the 2009 book "The High Velocity Edge" by Steven Spear.This episode demonstrates the four capabilities through Alcoa's commitment to changing their safety culture.Free Resources DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Episode Transcript The High Velocity Edge (book) The Topography of Problems and the Importance of Distributed Problem Solving (podcast) Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Part one of a nine part series on the 2009 book "The High Velocity Edge" by Steven Spear. This episode demonstrates how complex systems fail through the story of Mrs. Grant and the four capabilities to overcome such failures.Free Resources DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Episode Transcript The High Velocity Edge (book) Creating High Velocity Organizations (talk) Discovering Your Way to Greatness: How Finding and Fixing Faults is the Path to Perfection (talk) The Pursuit of Perfection: Dominant Architectures and Dynamics (podcast) Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Enjoy this meme ready episode with Bryan Finster.Bryan Finster leads a DevOps dojo at a Fortune 50 enterprise where he helps teams deliver to production daily. This episode continues recurring discussion topics on the post: integrated vs isolated development environments, software architecture and team owner, and their relationship to delivering to production daily. Checkout episodes #15 (for philosophy) and #22 (for boundaries) for more background on the ideas in this conversation.Free Resources DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Bryan Finster's Links Twitter LinkedIn mountebank - over the wire test doubles Blog Prism: Turn OpenAPI spec into a running server Dredd: HTTP API Testing Framework Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Small Batches #15: Dev Environments Small Batches #22: Service Boundaries Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Adam welcomes Dave Mangot to the show for a book discussion. The book is a classic leadership and management book: "The Five Dysfunctions of a Team". Adam & Dave discuss the dysfunctions through a lens of software delivery, DevOps, and SRE.Free Resources DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Dave Mangot's Links Website Twitter LinkedIn The Goal 30th Anniversary Edition Just Culture: Restoring Trust and Accountability in Your Organization, Third Edition The Three Principles Underpinning DevOps Inno-Versity Presents: "Greatness" by David Marquet The Manager's Path (Book) People not Tech What Google Learned from Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn The Cognitive Neuroscience of Empathy - You're a DevOps Natural Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Level up your soft skills with this episode on "Agile Conversations". The episode begins with a short introduction to the book then dives into the content with the authors. Topics include: "TDD for People", The four R's, The trust conversation, the fear conversation, the why conversation, the commitment conversation, and the accountability conversation.Free Resources New! One Month Software Delivery Dojo DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Troubleshooting Agile Podcast Jeffrey Fredrick's Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Agile Conversations Book London Organizational Learning Meetup Douglas Squirrel's Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Free Conversational Dojo Kit  Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Adam welcomes Carmen de Ardo to the show. Carmen is a senior VSM strategist at TaskTop and author of numerous books on value streams, leaderships, DevOps, and product transformation.This episode is a response to a listener request for an episode on value streams. So we start from the beginning of "what is a value stream" and work up towards toward value stream mapping, the flow framework, and peak of continuous improvement.Free Resources New! One Month Software Delivery Dojo DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn DOES15 - Carmen DeArdo - How DevOps is Enabling Lean Application Development The Case for Value Stream Architecture - Mik Kersten & Carmen DeArdo  Project to Product: Practical Realities at a Large Scale Enterprise - Nationwide & Tasktop The Quest for Accelerated Delivery - Nationwide Value Stream Management: Treat Your Pipeline as Your Most Important Product Small Batches #21: The Flow Framework with Dr. Mik Kersten Small Batches #9: The Four Types of Work Carmen DeArdo's Links LinkedIn Standing on Shoulders: A leader’s guide to digital transformation Standing on Shoulders Podcast Edition The Age of Value Stream Management Moving to Project to Product Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Adam welcomes Matthew Skelton to the show. Matthew is co-author of the book "Team Topologies" and a DevOps Enterprise Summit speaker. This episode builds on the previous podcast introducing the team types and interaction models.Adam and Matthew discuss the first principles in Team Topologies, building internal platform products, and the impact on software and team architecture. Free Resources New! One Month Software Delivery Dojo DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Team Topologies in Small Batches #18 Team Topologies talks at the DevOps Enterprise Summit Matthew Skelton's Links Twitter LinkedIn Team Topologies: Organizing Business & Technology for Fast Flow (book) Key Concepts Mini-book: Organization Dynamics with Team Topologies (in collaboration with TechBeacon)  Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Adam welcomes Markus Schirp to the show. Markus is an independent software professional. He calls himself a "dynamic language exorcist." He's also the man behind the Mutant mutation project for Ruby.Adam and Markus discuss the first principles for software development and ladder up to higher level abstractions and how tooling helps developers.Free Resources New! One Month Software Delivery Dojo DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Markus Schirp's Links Website Twitter LinkedIn My Github Mutant My Talks Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Software Architecture Talk (2014) Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Adam welcomes Sebastian Dahlgren to the show. Sebastian is now the CTO at Saltside. Sebastian joined Saltside just after the rewrite completed and continues to work there today.Adam & Sebastian worked closely together to grow the team in Bangalore until Adam left Saltside in 2017. Adam & Sebastian discuss if the rewrite delivered on its promise, what worked, what didn't work, and if those architectural bets made years ago paid off. Free Resources New! One Month Software Delivery Dojo DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Sebastian Dahlgren's Links Twitter LinkedIn Saltside Engineering Blog Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Saltside Engineering: Building our Helm Chart Saltside Engineering: Our First Kubernetes Outage Get InvolvedFollow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments. Want a topic covered on the show? Then call +1-833-933-1912 and leave your request in a voice mail. Preference goes to to listener requests.Support the Show!Tell me about you in the listener survey! Rate this show on iTunes. Share this episode with your friends and colleaagues. Feedback is love, so send some my way.
Adam worked at Saltside from 2014-2018. These episode tell the story for how events created a ground up, big-bang rewrite from 2014 through 2015. This is a five part series. Small Batches will back back in 2021.Free Resources New! One Month Software Delivery Dojo DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Shipping Code at Saltside (DevOps Days India 2016; a day in the life post-rewrite)
Adam worked at Saltside from 2014-2018. These episode tell the story for how events created a ground up, big-bang rewrite from 2014 through 2015. This is a five part series. Small Batches will back back in 2021.Free Resources New! One Month Software Delivery Dojo DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Shipping Code at Saltside (DevOps Days India 2016; a day in the life post-rewrite)
Adam worked at Saltside from 2014-2018. These episode tell the story for how events created a ground up, big-bang rewrite from 2014 through 2015. This is a five part series. Small Batches will back back in 2021.Free Resources New! One Month Software Delivery Dojo DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Guide War & Peace & IT Pocket Guide Adam Hawkins' Links Website Twitter LinkedIn Shipping Code at Saltside (DevOps Days India 2016; a day in the life post-rewrite)
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