Writing two blogs (this one and one internal work blog) and maintaining my Masters studies is a bit of a stretch currently – so apologies for any regular readers. While I finish off my current TMA and eye up my next, here is a copy of a blog I did recently for work – it… Read More Churn and the evolution of test environments
There is a look that you learn to identify in the early stages of taking on an Environments Management role. It’s somewhere between bashful, hopeful and slightly desperate. Occasionally it is preceded by a slightly nervous cough. And without fail it means a project has underestimated their requirements and they need you to magic something… Read More What does Environments Management and a spiderweb have in common?
Technical debt is a problem for most IT divisions that have been running for a while. The drive for quick delivery to market forces projects to run as fast as possible in order to meet business expectations – and unless a company is very disciplined from the start- this can sometimes come at a cost… Read More Technical Debt – having a vision of what should be
Its a fairly standard question – so whats do you do as a job? Outside of very specific circles, the answer I give usually has one of two responses. “Oh what – like trees and climate change?” (resigned sigh) or if I am lucky, “Oh… Read More My kind of Environment Management has no Trees