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Dave McKinstry: The Evolution of DevOps - Episode 218

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Dave McKinstry. Dave is a Director at GitHub helping to drive the FastTrack program. Prior to GitHub, he worked as a Program Manager with the Azure DevOps Services Community Team — connecting with partners and customers, spreading modern practices, and helping developers succeed with DevOps and Azure. Prior to his position at Microsoft, he has been in software services and technical sales for over 30 years. As a consultant, principal consultant, co-owner, and manager, he has always helped people efficiently build better software. He loves what he does as a technologist and enjoys being a part of today's rapid technology evolution.

Topics of Discussion:

[3:05] Dave talks about getting into consulting, and then finding his way to Azure DevOps before joining Microsoft, and ultimately GitHub.

[4:27] What is the difference between Microsoft and GitHub? How do they do things differently?

[7:57] The evolution of DevOps and how it has evolved over time from the start to now.

[9:53] Why DevSecOps is redundant. Security has to be part of everything we do. So security is every engineer and every product owner. For anyone working in your company, security is part of their job.

[11:00] Dave discusses Inner Source.

[15:05] Having cultural trust is extremely important. Can you trust the people that you have working for you to do the best work they can for your organization? If the answer is no, there are probably other problems, other things to worry about.

[16:08] You can see the code of anything external that’s been shared, but there are a lot of organizations with multiple software teams who just don’t automatically give their own employees even read access to the repositories of the other team.

[21:50] Microsoft has kind of done some things to strengthen GitHub, like hosted build agents and others, and then GitHub does things that strengthen Microsoft.

[30:05] Where does Dave think the industry is headed in the future?

[31:51] Regardless of how big the company is, developers should be better empowered.

[32:03] Plug for GitHub Universe.

Mentioned in this Episode:

Architect Tips — New video podcast!

Azure DevOps

Clear Measure (Sponsor)

.NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer’s Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon!

Jeffrey Palermo’s YouTube

Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events!

Programming with Palermo

programming@palermo.network

Dave McKinstry on Integrating Azure DevOps and the Culture of DevOps - Episode 005

GitHub

GitHub Universe

Want to Learn More?

Visit AzureDevOps.Show for show notes and additional episodes.

  continue reading

303 episodes

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Dave McKinstry. Dave is a Director at GitHub helping to drive the FastTrack program. Prior to GitHub, he worked as a Program Manager with the Azure DevOps Services Community Team — connecting with partners and customers, spreading modern practices, and helping developers succeed with DevOps and Azure. Prior to his position at Microsoft, he has been in software services and technical sales for over 30 years. As a consultant, principal consultant, co-owner, and manager, he has always helped people efficiently build better software. He loves what he does as a technologist and enjoys being a part of today's rapid technology evolution.

Topics of Discussion:

[3:05] Dave talks about getting into consulting, and then finding his way to Azure DevOps before joining Microsoft, and ultimately GitHub.

[4:27] What is the difference between Microsoft and GitHub? How do they do things differently?

[7:57] The evolution of DevOps and how it has evolved over time from the start to now.

[9:53] Why DevSecOps is redundant. Security has to be part of everything we do. So security is every engineer and every product owner. For anyone working in your company, security is part of their job.

[11:00] Dave discusses Inner Source.

[15:05] Having cultural trust is extremely important. Can you trust the people that you have working for you to do the best work they can for your organization? If the answer is no, there are probably other problems, other things to worry about.

[16:08] You can see the code of anything external that’s been shared, but there are a lot of organizations with multiple software teams who just don’t automatically give their own employees even read access to the repositories of the other team.

[21:50] Microsoft has kind of done some things to strengthen GitHub, like hosted build agents and others, and then GitHub does things that strengthen Microsoft.

[30:05] Where does Dave think the industry is headed in the future?

[31:51] Regardless of how big the company is, developers should be better empowered.

[32:03] Plug for GitHub Universe.

Mentioned in this Episode:

Architect Tips — New video podcast!

Azure DevOps

Clear Measure (Sponsor)

.NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer’s Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon!

Jeffrey Palermo’s YouTube

Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events!

Programming with Palermo

programming@palermo.network

Dave McKinstry on Integrating Azure DevOps and the Culture of DevOps - Episode 005

GitHub

GitHub Universe

Want to Learn More?

Visit AzureDevOps.Show for show notes and additional episodes.

  continue reading

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