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Continuous Delivery? Easy! Just Change Everything (Well, Maybe It Is Not That Easy)

Steve Neely, Steve Stolt
2013 2013 Agile Conference  
This experience report describes the journey to continuous delivery with the aim that others can learn from our mistakes and get their teams deploying more frequently.  ...  Rally Software transitioned from shipping code every eight-weeks, with time-boxed Scrum sprints, to a model of continuous delivery with Kanban.  ...  CONCLUSION The concept of continuous delivery is easy to understand but its implementation may require that you change everything.  ... 
doi:10.1109/agile.2013.17 dblp:conf/agiledc/NeelyS13 fatcat:qc4pk6pu4baate7mjwfowcwg5e

Fast Delivery, Continuously Build, Testing and Deployment with DevOps Pipeline Techniques on Cloud

Muhammad Owais Khan
2020 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
Methods/findings: The results of the study are to automate everything using DevOps pipeline on cloud native with executed Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Delivery (CD), and Monitoring required  ...  DevOps is simple when you realize that your organization can embrace changes effectively and when you have the correct frame of mind to make DevOps apart in your organization.  ...  Big changes are to big challenges within the organization, change is not bad but it just needs to be well planned, how we are going to bring this change.  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2020/v13i05/148983 fatcat:njtnmp3qojftrdnmplpu4y75b4

Problems, causes and solutions when adopting continuous delivery—A systematic literature review

Eero Laukkanen, Juha Itkonen, Casper Lassenius
2017 Information and Software Technology  
Our mission is not just to identify different problem concepts, but also to understand their relationships and root causes, which is reflected in the three research questions of the study: RQ1.  ...  Context: Continuous delivery is a software development discipline in which software is always kept releasable.  ...  Just Change Everything (Well, Maybe It Is Not That Easy) Cruisin' and Chillin': Testing the Java-Based Distributed Ground Data System "Chill" with CruiseControl System "Chill" with CruiseControl Continuous  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infsof.2016.10.001 fatcat:53ch2372ofe43oqssixvwchywe

The experiences using alison.com easy and cheap platform for English for Specific Purposes [article]

Muhammad Fahreza Hidayat
2021 Zenodo  
In the era of digitalization as it is now, learning is not only done in the classroom but also outside the classroom or self-study at home.  ...  There are so many platforms or web and also elearning that can be used and utilized for independent learning, both for developing a skill  ...  Studies were found to show higher education delivery choices related to generation but not specifically to learning preferences It is not always easy for teachers to decide which of the various educational  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5944837 fatcat:tkch7lxklnbnpjgprpg6q7urrq

Movement-based Mathematics: Enjoyment and Engagement without Compromising Learning through the EASY Minds Program

Nicholas Riley
2017 Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education  
Despite the extensive benefits of physical activity, the majority of children are not sufficiently active.  ...  Schools have the potential to arrest both concerns through innovative teaching that challenges and complements traditional approaches.  ...  DRL is supported by an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship.  ... 
doi:10.12973/eurasia.2017.00690a fatcat:lz7y2xnifnfufjwwan7xx4nj7e

Supplementary_Materials – Supplemental material for Women's Experiences of Day-and-Night Closed-Loop Insulin Delivery During Type 1 Diabetes Pregnancy

Conor Farrington, Zoe Stewart, Roman Hovorka, Helen Murphy
2018 Figshare  
Supplemental material, Supplementary_Materials for Women's Experiences of Day-and-Night Closed-Loop Insulin Delivery During Type 1 Diabetes Pregnancy by Conor Farrington, Zoe Stewart, Roman Hovorka and  ...  I was kind of going high, and would just go really low, it wasn't working very well.  ...   Did you seek to continue to use the system after the study ended? If so/if not, why?  Would you recommend its use to others?  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.7176281 fatcat:xrdpfp23dzf4zl5d42uoag3tfq

Lightning fast interlibrary loan: Using e-readers for on-demand delivery

Joyce Neujahr
2011 College & research libraries news  
It could be fast and cheap, but not easy; could be fast and easy, but not cheap; could be cheap and easy, but not fast.  ...  Others said that they would not continue working on their stories, citing reasons such as lack of time or, as one student stated, "creative writing is not my thing."  ... 
doi:10.5860/crln.72.9.8636 fatcat:akkvock4gfffvoh33stm6ztbje

How to Make a Mother in Five Easy Steps

2004 PLoS Biology  
Maybe Olympiads can be made after all-but don't give up on training just yet.  ...  Scientists continue to argue the extent that human activities drive global warming, but few would argue that it exists.  ...  three, not fi ve) wheels must be bolted into place just so.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0020359 fatcat:3gjtdrpcl5c3jb5llfqp3cfdva

Integration and continuity of primary care: polyclinics and alternatives – a patient-centred analysis of how organisation constrains care co-ordination

Rod Sheaff, Joyce Halliday, John Øvretveit, Richard Byng, Mark Exworthy, Stephen Peckham, Sheena Asthana
2015 Health Services and Delivery Research  
Taking everything into consideration, integrated organisations appeared more favourable to producing continuities of care than did care networks.  ...  Health Services and Delivery Research programme.  ...  We gratefully acknowledge the assistance given by our informants who by the terms of our ethical approval must remain anonymous: that is, the GPs and practice managers who drew up our samples, invited  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr03350 fatcat:x4x5fglpdzgf3m5js567vgv4xy

Evaluation of a continuous monitoring and feedback initiative to improve quality of anaesthetic care: a mixed-methods quasi-experimental study

Jonathan Benn, Glenn Arnold, Danielle D'Lima, Igor Wei, Joanna Moore, Floor Aleva, Andrew Smith, Alex Bottle, Stephen Brett
2015 Health Services and Delivery Research  
BackgroundThis study evaluated the impact of a continuous quality monitoring and feedback initiative in anaesthesia.ObjectivesTo conduct a quasi-experimental evaluation of the feedback initiative and its  ...  support the hypothesis that implementation of basic feedback improved quality of anaesthetic care.  ...  Sometimes the culture is that it is not my patient so you have to wait for that nurse who is allocated to that patient to pick the patient up. So it's changing the culture as well.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr03320 fatcat:sn4z6oki7vec7omccjhdnynw7i

Researching cooperation and communication in continuous software engineering

Yvonne Dittrich, Jacob Nørbjerg, Paolo Tell, Lars Bendix
2018 Proceedings of the 11th International Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering - CHASE '18  
Continuous Software Engineering (CSE)-continuous development and deployment of software-and DevOps-the close cooperation or integration of operations and software development-is about to change how software  ...  Together with the tighter integration of development and operations also with usage this will change coordination and collaboration both between IT professionals and between developers and users.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank all the practitioners that contributed time and insights to this research.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3195836.3195856 dblp:conf/icse/DittrichNTB18 fatcat:yhzsikhhc5cxnpomtrxu2en6ai

Preparing instructors for online instruction

Adam D. Fein, Mia C. Logan
2003 New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education  
It is very easy for an instructor to fail to revisit their online content.  ...  Lectures have been recorded, assignments have been set, exams have been programmed, and content has been archived; it is easy for the instructor to simply change the dates and teach it again.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ace.118 fatcat:4fzhfsdwrrcrpf7hdzzu7jln6e

Preferences for results delivery from exome sequencing/genome sequencing

Martha F. Wright, Katie L. Lewis, Tyler C. Fisher, Gillian W. Hooker, Toby E. Emanuel, Leslie G. Biesecker, Barbara B. Biesecker
2013 Genetics in Medicine  
The groups included participants who had received results, those who had not, those affected with cardiovascular disease, and healthy adults.  ...  Conclusion: There was relative enthusiasm about the value of learning sequencing information, yet it was tempered by concern about negative feeling responses and aversion to learning about incurable conditions  ...  While some responded positively, it was not well understood.  ... 
doi:10.1038/gim.2013.170 pmid:24310310 pmcid:PMC4597884 fatcat:w2ovtrt5nvhv7gkhdx5unuby34

Restructuring health care delivery for the future: What we need to do post–COVID-19

Barbara Levy, Scott hayworth, Janice Huckaby, Errol R Norwitz, Cynthia A Pearson
2020 OBG Management  
It is not going to replace us, which is the fear. Ms.  ...  I think it is a policy that could work and could profoundly change the health care landscape in time. Dr. Levy: And it would save a great deal of money.  ... 
doi:10.12788/obgm.0023 fatcat:qflnt7qf2vcclg34dijysvda6u

Electronic Journal Delivery in Academic Libraries [chapter]

Stephen Crothers, Margaret Prabhu, Shirley Sullivan
2013 Collection Development Issues in the Online Environment  
Questions on whether or not to use a subscription agent to assist in solving these problems are raised. There are no hard and fast rules, and no easy answers.  ...  Despite the number of years that publishers have been offering electronic journals, pricing policies are still fluid, and the problems of access encountered in the late '90s still cause frustrating delays  ...  should not change.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9780203051481-3 fatcat:l4p6pxsumnaynbimuvhiun4obu
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