A few weeks ago I talked about how coding in the open can help you release faster at PipelineConf. This was my last talk as Open Source Lead at the Government Digital Service. Here is the video, slides, links, and a bonus sketchnote!
For a great summary, here is an excellent sketchnote of it by Sarah Jones.
I love to see sketchnotes of my talks, especially when they are as clear and nicely designed as this one. Thank you, Sarah!
Finally, I mention a lot of resources in my talk. Most of them can be found in this list of useful open code resources. Those specific to this talk are below.
SPA Software in Practice conference – you should totally come!
When build a thing really works – blog post about using smart answers code.
Point 8 of the Government Service Standard: Make all new source code open
Blog post: Easing the process of pull request reviews
John Allspaw’s blog post about the importance of being able to recover quickly: MTTR is more important than MTBF (for most types of F)
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