Ryan Cromwell, a Scrum.org trainer and Microsoft ALM MVP, joins Adam Cogan to talk about his new Release Cadence Report
From Ryan’s Release Cadence Report website:
What is Release Cadence?
Release Cadence refers to the rhythm or cadence of a development organization’s ability and actual deployment of software. Traditionally, development organizations have employed long periods of time between software deployments for various reasons. In recent years, we’ve seen examples of development organizations leveraging different, often very frequent, deployment cadences as a competitive advantage. The question becomes, what is appropriate for your organization?
We already know that some big companies are already doing Continuous Delivery. Companies such as facebook, flikr, etsy and of course tfs.microsoft.com are doing it. Are you?
Watch the video to see Ryan explain what the report is about. Take the survery now
Check out our previous videos on Continuous Delivery by Peter Gfader and Stephen Godbold
About the speakers
Mr Ship It
Ryan Cromwell is a Coder, Agile Coach and Microsoft ALM MVP. He has over 10 years of experience as a software engineer, building high volume distributed systems, user experience focused client applications, coaching Agile organizations.
You can find Ryan at cromwellhaus.com and on Twitter as @cromwellryan
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