The goal has always been to software, and that hasn’t changed. However, a few times in my career, I realized it was better to be open minded about opportunities and turns than to be rigid. I needed to feel my way around. The more successful I got at a particular topic, the more I invested time into it. The most recent of those investments landed me in the DevOps field of IT.
When presenting on this topic, I used to pronounce atrophy “atrifit”. No one ever corrected me, smh. I’ve found that DevOps practices, like everything else, begin to die the day there no longer growing or being maintained. Here are a few suggestions for how to ensure convolution and irrelevance doesn’t hit your DevOps transformation.
I read this in a book, I just can’t remember which one at the moment. Will definitely site source when I do remember.
Here are a few books I believe would provide immense value in 2019 for an entrepreneur. Some of these books may not be popular and may be tilted towards IT startups, but every business today will need to seriously account for IT.