DevOps Dojo: Lean Product has three parts; this is Part 2. In this blog, we discuss why lean product, what is lean product, how to approach lean product, and then we demonstrate How we apply lean product to build our own lean product in Dojo. Finally, we ask a question if we should scale process or scale leaders.
DevOps Dojo: Lean Product has three parts; this is Part 1. In this blog, we provide some historical info about Lean Product in DevOps Dojo; then we explain why use a product-centric model, compare project vs. product, deep dive various roles and transition strategy, finally discuss product-centric model at services.
In this blog, we would like to deep dive into one of the most important topics in DevOps: Culture and Mindset. First, we start with a few quizzes; then we discuss why the most difficult obstacles in DevOps tend to be cultural; finally, we provide various examples in Dojo community how we accelerate DevOps culture.
In this blog, we discuss how DevOps Dojo helps customers with trust. We deep dive into ten most frequently encountered scenarios in customer’s environments; applying Dojo guiding principles in addressing customer’s complex and complicated problems in DevOps; Offering holistic and modular solutions to empower customers to do more.
The Aspires are the youngest employees at Microsoft who graduated recently from the university. We will look at what drives people, what types of people we are attracted, and what the attributes of Dojo coaches are. Then we will have a personal story from each Aspire, and finally learn how experienced Dojos and Aspires work together.
Dojos at Microsoft learn DevOps through Experiential Learning. To embrace the DevOps culture of experimentation, we various experiments in DevOps learning, it includes learning from experts and peers, self-learning, learning through teaching, writing, and playing, learning through pairing, and learned how to unlearn and relearn.