Posts this week on developer portals and naming OpenTelemetry attributes, as well as several posts on people and teams, covering the role of engineering managers and devops in 2024.
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A post on the state of Devops, and what those leading devops programs need to think about heading into next year.
An interview focused on the evolution of Devops, and the Dagger project, which is allowing for CI infrastructure to be codified and run on popular CI platforms.
Team dynamics are a big part of devops, it’s no good just focusing on technology and missing the people side. This post talks about the changing expectations around engineering managers.
A report on the state of developer portals, with results from a recent survey about measuring developer productivity, portal adoption and spreadsheets.
Naming is always an interesting challenge. This post looks at best practices for naming OpenTelemetry attributes, including things to avoid.
A post on dynamic configuration management and managing modern cloud-native configurations. The post also introduces the KRM KCL specification and tooling.
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