Category Archives: DevOps

Where is your IT organization on the scale between chaos and structured?

Implementing DevOps as a culture requires transition from a well-structured to an unstructured IT organization. While implementing DevOps, I’ve learned that people have varying definitions of structured and unstructured IT organizations. After attempting to define both structured and unstructured IT … Continue reading

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New Employee On-boarding the litmus paper to test your IT efficiency

We are all familiar with the well known urban tale about the successful CEO, which started his long career as a young intern replying “The restroom” to the seasoned CEO question “What do you want to see to be able … Continue reading

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Hackathon decreases development time by 20%

We had two simple goals for our first Hackathon: We wanted to fix IT perception and to increase collaboration between different IT groups within Friedkin’s companies. We hoped to change perception by showing what IT can accomplish in a short … Continue reading

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Agile IT structure

Often I’m being asked by candidates about our IT structure and how our IT teams are communicating one with each other. That’s my favorite question mainly because of the candidate facial expression to my answer, which helps me to find … Continue reading

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