[Reading] ➻ The Unicorn Project: A Novel about Digital Disruption, Redshirts, and Overthrowing the Ancient Powerful Order By Gene Kim – Tactical-player.co.uk

The Unicorn Project: A Novel about Digital Disruption, Redshirts, and Overthrowing the Ancient Powerful Order The Phoenix Project Wowed Over A Half Million Readers Now Comes The Unicorn Project The Unicorn Project Is Amazing, And I Loved It Times Than The Phoenix Project FERNANDO CORNAGO, Senior Director Platform Engineering, Adidas Gene Kim Does A Masterful Job Of Showing How The Efforts Of Many Create Lasting Business Advantages For All DR STEVEN SPEAR, Author Of The High Velocity Edge, Sr Lecturer At MIT, And Principal Of HVE LLC The Unicorn Project Is So Clever, So Good, So Crazy Enlightening CORNELIA DAVIS, Vice President Of Technology At Pivotal Software, Inc Author Of Cloud Native Patterns This Highly Anticipated Follow Up To The Bestselling Title The Phoenix Project Takes Another Look At Parts Unlimited, This Time From The Perspective Of Software Development In The Unicorn Project, We Follow Maxine, A Senior Lead Developer And Architect, As She Is Exiled To The Phoenix Project, To The Horror Of Her Friends And Colleagues, As Punishment For Contributing To A Payroll Outage She Tries To Survive In What Feels Like A Heartless And Uncaring Bureaucracy And To Work Within A System Where No One Can Get Anything Done Without Endless Committees, Paperwork, And Approvals One Day, She Is Approached By A Ragtag Bunch Of Misfits Who Say They Want To Overthrow The Existing Order, To Liberate Developers, To Bring Joy Back To Technology Work, And To Enable The Business To Win In A Time Of Digital Disruption To Her Surprise, She Finds Herself Drawn Ever Further Into This Movement, Eventually Becoming One Of The Leaders Of The Rebellion, Which Puts Her In The Crosshairs Of Some Familiar And Very Dangerous Enemies The Age Of Software Is Here, And Another Mass Extinction Event Looms This Is A Story About Rebel Developers And Business Leaders Working Together, Racing Against Time To Innovate, Survive, And Thrive In A Time Of Unprecedented Uncertaintyand Opportunity The Unicorn Project Provides Insanely Useful Insights On How To Improve Your Technology Business DOMINICA DEGRANDIS, Author Of Making Work Visible And Director Of Digital Transformation At Tasktop My Goal In Writing The Unicorn Project Was To Explore And Reveal The Necessary But Invisible Structures Required To Make Developers And All Engineers Productive, And Reveal The Devastating Effects Of Technical Debt And Complexity I Hope This Book Can Create Common Ground For Technology And Business Leaders To Leave The Past Behind, And Co Create A Better Future Together Gene Kim, November

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5 thoughts on “The Unicorn Project: A Novel about Digital Disruption, Redshirts, and Overthrowing the Ancient Powerful Order

  1. says:

    This book continues the story at Parts Unlimited and their challenges on the use of technology to help them make their employees efficient and obtain customers To be honest the first 25% of the book was slow and quite low level to read But then the book exploded into lean, devops and Do you want to learn an easy way to map yo

  2. says:

    A wonderfully engaging which clearly lays out the problems and solutions faced in a large organisation I loved the Phoenix project and was a little worried, this wouldn t be as good, but it s even better Everyone in IT needs to read these books

  3. says:

    If you liked the Phoenix Project then you really should read this one too It tells the same story from the perspective of a group of software developers It s a very gentle way to learn many of the principles of DevOps and modern software development, without having to work hard on the way.

  4. says:

    An amazing read, I was constantly thinking I recognise that or I remember those types of people The story of Maxine is instantly recognisable, we all have Maxines in our organisations somewhere and we need to find them and set them free The story shows that disruption in painful, includes personal risk taking but can ultimately be very rewarding for the

  5. says:

    Fantastic read, now I have to present and help implement these ideas for all of my colleagues and customers Exciting times.

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