Mohit Thatte - What can DevOps learn from sports teams





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Published on May 17, 2015

What do we talk about when we talk about DevOps culture - team work, feedback, measuring things, automation.

Sports team obsess over these things! There’s a lot we can learn from them.

We’ll study a couple of ‘movements’ in sports that changed the game and have strong parallels to the DevOps movement- e.g. ‘Total Football’ pioneered by the Dutch teams of the 1970’s, or Sabremetrics in Baseball.

I’ll also share some stories from my experience with DevOps at different organizations, and what I’d do differently if I could go back in time and apply some of these learnings.

Over the last 7 years, I’ve been a programmer at a large enterprise, a services company, and a high growth startup. I’ve also been an entrepreneur, a volunteer, and a teacher.

I’ve thought a lot about what it takes to build good culture in an organization.

I am currently busy building Dev To Prod - a series of bite sized videos focused on devops tools and practices that help you learn to ship code reliably, repeatably and quickly.


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