DevOps: 'DevOps will make stuff go faster, but it won't magically fix things if they're broken'

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Aubrey Stearn

Aubrey Stearn, interim head of DevOps at the Solicitor's Regulation Authority, highlights what agile and DevOps can and can't do for organisations, and argues for developers to be rebranded 'software engineers'

DevOps is a culture which can dramatically speed up software development, but it won't fix broken processes. That's the opinion of Aubrey Stearn, interim head of DevOps at the Solicitor's Regulation...

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