How to Write Code that Operations Will Like

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  In recent years, the DevOps movement has gained a significant amount of steam. Historically, organizations approached software creation and maintenance in the same way that they do with physical, mechanical processes such as manufacturing. This meant carving the work into discrete components and then asking people to specialize in those components.   If you picture a factory floor, it becomes easy to understand.  One person screws two components together over and over, while another operates a drill press over and over. (read more)

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