I was intrigued recently at a presentation about DevOps in which one of the headline key objectives of DevOps was “to increase the speed and frequency of software releases”.
When I saw this statement it struck me that this wasn’t really the reason why DevOps has become so hyped in recent years, after all just because you release code faster and on a more frequent basis, doesn’t necessarily mean it is better or drives any additional value to the organisation. And to me value is at the heart of this or any other framework or methodologies that may be adopted by business. Continue reading DevOps should be about value to business
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Read in numbers until the same number is typed X times in succession. Have the user specify the value of X. Continue reading C# for beginners -Consecutive Numbers
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