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Join us in Irvine at our next AgileSoCal meeting.



DevOps: It's a People Problem AND a Technical Problem with Steve Ropa



Gerry Weinberg once said of consulting “There is always a problem, and it’s always a people problem.” The world of DevOps is emerging rapidly, and just like the early days of Agile, is still working on refining exactly what DevOps means. So often, the focus is either on the technical aspects of the various tool, or on the people problem of “bringing Ops into the room”. But what is the problem that DevOps addresses, and is that problem more of a technical problem, or a people pro


Steve Ropa has more than 25 years of experience in software development and 15 years of experience working with agile methods. Steve is passionate about bridging the gap between the business and technology and nurturing the change in the nature of development. As an agile coach and VersionOne product trainer, Steve has supported clients across multiple industry verticals including: telecommunications, network security, entertainment and education. A frequent presenter at agile events, he is also a member of Agile Alliance and Scrum Alliance. In his personal time, Steve plays principal trombone in a regional orchestra and is an avid woodworker.



When: Wednesday, Febraury 17th

Networking and food, 6:00 PM.

Activities start, 6:30 PM.


***** Always free, but YOU MUST RSVP to agilesocal@gmail.com !!! *****

See http://www.agilesocal.com for all the details.

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  • Aug 2, 2001
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