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How to be a Technological Maestro and not the “dope at the top”.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Do yourself a favour and check out this podcast on Westrum organizational culture. The piece on ‘Technological Maestro’ really stood out for me. I explore it and Westrum organizational culture in this blog post. Let’s credit Gene Kim and Dr. Ron Westrum for this fantastic content. What is Westrum organizationalContinue readingHow to be a Technological Maestro and not the “dope at the top”.

How to become a serverless-first engineer?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Dave’s article on The New Stack shows how engineers can evolve to become serverless-first. Time to adopt serverless? So you have made the decision, perhaps at executive level, that your org needs to adopt serverless. Perhaps you are focused servicing the current and future digital needs of your customers. However,Continue readingHow to become a serverless-first engineer?

How to make well-architected work for organisations (2)

Reading Time: 6 minutes This article is the second in a series – part 1 gives an introduction to the well-architected framework. How the process works Now that we have established the need for well-architected in an organization and the need for a lightweight process to drive improvements, let’s deep dive into how thatContinue readingHow to make well-architected work for organisations (2)

How to make well architected reviews work for organisations (1)

Reading Time: 5 minutes Mike looks at part 1 of the SCORP Review Cycle with his insights into carrying out well architected reviews. Security, Cost, OpEx, Reliability & Performance (SCORP) All three leading Cloud Providers (AWS, Azure, GCP) have produced well-architected frameworks and guidance for teams and organisations. They are designed to guide engineeringContinue readingHow to make well architected reviews work for organisations (1)

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