Passionate about continuous delivery, cloud-native architecture, DevOps, and test-driven development.Passionate about continuous delivery, cloud-native architecture, DevOps, and test-driven development.
Experienced in cloud infrastructure technologies such as Terraform, Kubernetes, Docker, AWS, and GCP.
Background heavy in enterprise JVM technologies such as Groovy, Spring, Spock, Gradle, JPA, Jenkins.
Focus on platform transformation, continuous delivery, building agile teams and high-scale applications.
Nearly all smart phones have been running ARM-based processors for years. They provide superior power for the amount of power consumed, and thus extend battery life. With Apple’s recent release of the Apple Silicon M1 […]
If you use Kubernetes, you have probably become adept at crafting commands with kubectl (pronounced “koob-cuddle”). Sure, we prefer to interact with the cluster with declarative configs via a deployment pipeline, but sometimes you need […]
As we’ve been using Kubernetes to build software delivery platforms for our clients, we’ve found Helm to be a reasonable solution to templating and managing deployments to Kubernetes. Although templating alternatives such as Kustomize have […]
Terraform is a great tool for managing your cloud infrastructure resources using code. It supports Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, and more. If you are looking to use Terraform for the first […]
Continuous delivery is the very first principle behind the Agile Manifesto, and yet it continues to plague software development teams. In this talk, David Norton will give a brief overview of continuous delivery practices and […]
If you’re running automated functional testing as part of your build process, you probably know about test isolation (Martin Fowler has a great article on this and other issues with test non-determinism): A single test can […]
Gradle is a powerful and flexible build tool, not least because you can write custom tasks with ease by inlining your tasks as part of the build script. However, as with production code, build code […]