Quietly Strangling the Monolith – a real-world migration of a high traffic monolith

Mar 10, 2020

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From the classroom computer of an A-Level teacher in Skegness, ScholarPack has become the fastest-growing School Management System...

Building Operability in for Continuous Delivery

Mar 10, 2020

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What is operability, how does it help Continuous Delivery, and how do you build it into your services? How...

Faster, Better, More! How to start and scale a Digital Platform for your organisations teams

Mar 10, 2020

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How do you enable your teams to deliver high-quality work at speed? What about scaling that to all...

The Semantic Schema Version

Mar 10, 2020

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Applications and their underlying databases have a fraught relationship, intimately coupled yet without guarantee of compatibility, and developers...

From 10 to 4000 deployments a year on the John Lewis & Partners Digital Platform

Mar 10, 2020

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How do you go from 10 to 4000 deployments a year, at one of Britain’s oldest, largest, and...

Why Continuous Delivery is a Product Owner’s Best Friend

Mar 10, 2020

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Want to be the best Product Owner you can be? The best trick might surprise... Continuous Integration and Continuous...

The balance between discovery and shipping

Mar 10, 2020

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As product managers, we often wear several hats. On the one hand, we are responsible for shipping planned...

All track development – (or how we dropped the collective ego and created a product playbook!)

Mar 10, 2020

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When we moved to a dual-track delivery approach for our Bank of New Zealand Product teams, it felt...

Lessons from an ex-Project Manager turned Product Manager: Why balancing strategy and execution is difficult

Mar 10, 2020

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As an ex-Project Manager turned Product Manager, I’ll share my lessons learned about the difference between strategy and...

Jekyll & Hyde – Product Management for the grey areas

Mar 10, 2020

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So your Product Management role doesn’t seem to fit into any of the categories you read about, is...