New research indicates that CD is likely (probably, almost certainly) coming to infrastructure near you. A survey from Dzone on continuous delivery indicates that only 21% of professionals have no desire to expand CD to infrastructure. That's close to the 22% who have already implemented CD for their infrastructure, and both are overshadowed by the 57% who want to implement, but have not yet done so.
There are a bunch of us out there that are super passionate about this notion of agile as a cultural framework… or a value system… or a mindset. If you’ve been following this blog for any length of time, I suspect you’ll know where I stand on this. I think that culture, values, and mindset are important… but they aren’t why we adopt agile. We adopt agile to build better software, software that our customers want to use, and to get better economic outcomes for our companies.
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I was looking at a bit of code was leaking class loaders when deployed to tomcat - so I wanted to quick rule out that a background Thread was holding onto the loader. Pain by eye, it is quite easy with a few unix commands to process the stack trace, filter for the lines that contain the thread name, filter for just the thread names and sort:
Jaap Schuttevaer did a workshop on DevOps at the Agile Testing Day Netherlands 2015 conference. The goal of the workshop was for the attendants to experience the Dev & Ops and DevOps approaches. How do they feel about these approaches, what is the impact of DevOps, and what are the advantages and disadvantages.