How HMRC did DevOps

Stuart Sumner
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The taxman didn't originally set out to work in a DevOps way
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The taxman didn't originally set out to work in a DevOps way

Andrew Sheppard, product owner, digital tax platform at HMRC explains that the taxman never set out to work in a DevOps way, it just happened...

HMRC is a huge organisation, with annual revenues of £536.8 billion generated from what Andrew Sheppard, product owner, digital tax platform at the organisation describes as "tens of millions of re...

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