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Adam Hawkins presents the theory and practices behind building a high velocity software organization. Topics include DevOps, lean, software architecture, continuous delivery, and interviews with industry leaders.

Adam Hawkins presents the theory and practices behind building a high velocity software organization. Topics include DevOps, lean, software architecture, continuous delivery, and interviews with industry leaders.

Location:

United States

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Adam Hawkins presents the theory and practices behind building a high velocity software organization. Topics include DevOps, lean, software architecture, continuous delivery, and interviews with industry leaders.

Language:

English


Episodes

Deployment Pipelines

6/20/2022
Free Resources NEW!The Small Batches Slack App for TeamsToyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace & IT Pocket GuideLinks Adam Hawkins on TwitterAdam Hawkins on LinkedInAdam Hawkins' websiteSmall Batches #17: Continuous Delivery with Dave FarleySmall Batches #63: Modern Software EngineeringMinimum Viable Continuous Delivery

Duration:00:09:19

PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act)

6/7/2022
Explore the tip of scientific thinking, lean, and kaizen with Dr. Deming's PDCA loop. Free Resources NEW!The Small Batches Slack App for TeamsToyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace & IT Pocket GuideLinks Adam Hawkins on TwitterAdam Hawkins on LinkedInAdam Hawkins' websiteSmall Batches #50: Introducing Dr. Deming with John WillisSmall Batches #39: The High-Velocity EdgeLean Lexicon: PDCALean Lexicon: A3 ThinkingLean Lexicon:...

Duration:00:06:28

Inflection Points

5/24/2022
Free Resources NEW!The Small Batches Slack App for TeamsToyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace & IT Pocket GuideLinks Adam Hawkins on TwitterAdam Hawkins on LinkedInAdam Hawkins' websiteSmall Batches #22: Boundaries with Derek ComartinSmall Batches #38: Dev Environments with Bryan Finster

Duration:00:04:20

The Red Beads

5/9/2022
Free Resources NEW!The Small Batches Slack App for TeamsToyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace & IT Pocket GuideLinks Adam Hawkins on TwitterAdam Hawkins on LinkedInAdam Hawkins' websiteProfound PodcastSmall Batches #49: Dr. Deming on VariationSmall Batches #50: Introducing Dr. Deming with John Willis

Duration:00:07:53

The 5S Method

4/25/2022
How to use the 5S method plus the PFEP (Plan for Every Part) to reach the target condition of stable production operations. Free Resources NEW!The Small Batches Slack App for TeamsToyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace & IT Pocket GuideLinks Adam Hawkins on TwitterAdam Hawkins on LinkedInAdam Hawkins' websiteSmall Batches #53: The Toyota WayGet Involved Follow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your comments....

Duration:00:08:00

Systems Thinking

4/12/2022
Free Resources NEW!The Small Batches Slack App for TeamsToyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace & IT Pocket GuideLinks Adam Hawkins on TwitterAdam Hawkins on LinkedInAdam Hawkins' websiteThe New Economics by Dr. Deming (Book)The Fifth DisciplineSmall Batches #51: The System of Profound Knowledge with John Willis

Duration:00:06:49

Canary Deploys

3/28/2022
This one comes from the episode jar. Canary deploys use deploy an experimental change prior to a larger change. If the canary change is successful, then proceed as normal. Otherwise, back off and readjust. Free Resources NEW!The Small Batches Slack App for TeamsToyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace & IT Pocket GuideLinks Adam Hawkins on TwitterAdam Hawkins on LinkedInAdam Hawkins' websiteRelease It!

Duration:00:05:02

Modern Software Engineering

3/14/2022
A look into the ideas of empiricism, iteration, and incrementalism applied to software engineering. This is the topic of Dave Farley's 2022 book "Modern Software Engineering". Free Resources NEW!The Small Batches Slack App for TeamsToyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace & IT Pocket GuideLinks Adam Hawkins on TwitterAdam Hawkins on LinkedInAdam Hawkins' websiteModern Software EngineeringSmall Batches #17: Continuous Delivery...

Duration:00:06:35

The Four Types of Problems

2/28/2022
Art Smalley's 2019 book "The Four Types of Problems" presents troubleshooting, gap from standard, target condition, and open-end problems. Problem solving is key to any lean enterprise. Smalley's book helps practitioners identify and handle each appropriately. Free Resources NEW!The Small Batches Slack App for TeamsToyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace & IT Pocket GuideLinks Adam Hawkins on TwitterAdam Hawkins on...

Duration:00:06:40

Extreme Programming

2/14/2022
Kent Beck's 1999 book "Extreme Programming" is a forerunner to modern software development engineering. This episode presents the second edition published in 2005. There are so many great ideas in here. I'm hard pressed to find anything that's irrelevant or that I disagree with. Free Resources NEW!The Small Batches Slack App for TeamsToyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace & IT Pocket GuideLinks Adam Hawkins on TwitterAdam...

Duration:00:07:36

The Principles of Product Development Flow

12/6/2021
This episode continues the theme of the past two episodes. Tl;DR: understand the price of work, optimize for flow through queues, use WIP constraints, reduce batch sizes, and prefer decentralization. Free Resources NEW!The Small Batches Slack App for TeamsToyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseLinks Adam Hawkins on TwitterAdam Hawkins on LinkedInAdam Hawkins' websitePrinciples of Product Development FlowEpisode 59: Time ThievesEpisode...

Duration:00:07:01

Time Thieves

11/22/2021
This episodes connects Principles of Product Development Flow by Donald Reinersten and Making Work Visible by Dominica DeGrandis via the five time thieves. The thieves are: too much WIP (work-in-progress), unknown dependencies, conflicting priorities, neglected work, and (the most annoying of the bunch) interrupts. Free Resources NEW!The Small Batches Slack App for TeamsToyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace & IT Pocket...

Duration:00:08:11

Queuing Theory

11/8/2021
Adam presents applying the mathematics behind queueing theory to software delivery. Also an announcement! Free Resources NEW!The Small Batches Slack App for TeamsToyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace & IT Pocket GuideLinks Adam Hawkins on TwitterAdam Hawkins on LinkedInAdam Hawkins' websitePrinciples of Product Development FlowMaking Work VisibleGet Involved Follow @smallbatchesfm on Twitter and tweet me with your...

Duration:00:08:36

Software Delivery Glossary

9/6/2021
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Duration:00:08:58

Flow Mapping with Steve Pereira

8/27/2021
The third of a three part conversation on flow engineering with Steve Pereira. Steve Pereira, aka "The Value Stream Guy", is the author of the Flow Engineering ebook, founder of Visible Consulting, and co-founder of the Flow Collective peer group. Adam and Steve come back to the fractal nature of flow, value streams, and where to start with improving flow. Do you like this topic? Come join Steve and I in the Flow Collective. Free Resources Toyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow...

Duration:00:21:01

Flow Engineering with Steve Pereira

8/25/2021
The second of a three part conversation on flow engineering with Steve Pereira. Steve Pereira, aka "The Value Stream Guy", is the author of the Flow Engineering ebook, founder of Visible Consulting, and co-founder of the Flow Collective peer group. Steve goes deeper into flow engineering and the four maps: outcome, value streams, dependencies, and capabilities. Do you like this topic? Come join Steve and I in the Flow Collective. Free Resources Toyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow...

Duration:00:23:39

Flow and Value with Steve Pereira

8/23/2021
The first of a three part conversation on flow engineering with Steve Pereira. Steve Pereira, aka "The Value Stream Guy", is the author of the Flow Engineering ebook, founder of Visible Consulting, and co-founder of the Flow Collective peer group. Steve recounts his career and how he became so passionate about business value and how it flows across organization. Part one wraps with an introduction to the flow engineering. Do you like this topic? Come join Steve and I in the Flow...

Duration:00:29:37

The Toyota Way

8/9/2021
Adam revists the ideas that created Toyota after learning from The High Velocity Edge and The New Economics. Jeffery Liker's "The Toyota Way" presents 14 principles grouped into four categories: Philosophy, Process, People, and Problem Solving. Adam gives a short summary of each and how they relate to past material covered on the podcast. Free Resources Toyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace & IT Pocket GuideLinks Adam...

Duration:00:08:02

Dr. Deming on Variation with John Willis

7/30/2021
The third of a three part conversation on Dr. Deming with John Willis. John Willis is a coauthor of the DevOps Handbook and host of the Profound podcast dedicated to discussing Dr. Deming. Adam and John dial in on one of the core tenants of the System of Profound knowledge: understanding variation. They discuss special and common cause variation and how to deal with each. Also, why is that most people have not heard of Deming when he's such an impact on lean theory. Free Resources Toyota...

Duration:00:14:33

System of Profound Knowledge with John Willis

7/28/2021
The second of a three part conversation on Dr. Deming with John Willis. John Willis is a coauthor of the DevOps Handbook and host of the Profound podcast dedicated to discussing Dr. Deming. Adam and John focus on Deming's second book "The New Economics" which introduces the system of profound knowledge. This is why John's podcast is named "Profound". Nice reference. Free Resources Toyota Kata Pocket GuideThe Flow CollectiveDevOps Email CourseProject to Product Email CourseWar & Peace &...

Duration:00:27:32