My roommates have a Peloton Bike in the house. It's a neat thing -- it's a stationary bike with a built-in computer (think large tablet) that basically streams live or pre-recorded Spin classes to your house. It's a great way for cyclists to stay in shape during the long winters, especially in Chicagoland, where I live. It is not, however, without its problems.
One of the best things to come out of the Continuous Delivery movement is the concept of infrastructure as code. This is the idea that you should treat your servers in the same manner that you treat the programs you write to put on those servers. In other words, you should be able to programmatically specify what type of operating system you want on your server, which packages should be installed, and how they should be configured. Further, all of that should be code, and it should be stored in your version control system and treated with the same rigor as you treat the other code you write.
This is the recipe I used to create palacinky when I was growing up. These are pancakes, but they're not as fluffy as your typical American-style pancake. Om nom nom delicious!
Life is not all about work. So far, this blog has been...But today, that changes.
As an Agile Coach with a past history as a developer, my goal is to get my clients building actual software quickly. Often, I would prefer not to do anything close to a Sprint Zero, because I've never seen a Sprint Zero that's about delivering working software. Just as often, I can't avoid it, because the clients I work with simply aren't set up to not do one.