Warm up game Rock Paper Scissor

Its always good to start the long sessions/workshops with a small game. This bring energy to people. This game can be played with any number of people, more the number and it takes more time. The first known mention of the game was in the book Wuzazu (zh) by the Chinese Ming-dynasty writer Xie Zhaozhi (zh) Game Rule Person can choose anything... Continue Reading →

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DevOps Continuous Learning Simulation through Improvement Kata – Pen Game

DevOps is a process of continuous learning and experimentation - John Willis Thriving in uncertain and competitive circumstances involves striving for something, not just waiting, reacting to problems that arise and trying to counteract entropy. However, just communicating a vision and challenge to strive for may not be enough. It takes more than a goal and some positive attitude... Continue Reading →

Reduce the no of Hand offs in project Lean Simulation Ball game

It takes months, or even years to deliver business values because there are hundreds of operations required to deliver business value. To transmit code through the value stream requires multiple departments to work on a variety of tasks, approvals, business team, PO/BA refining, development, functional testing, integration testing, environment creation, server administration, storage administration, networking,... Continue Reading →

Lean Simulation Small batch release – Coin game

This simulation will prove how small batch release wins over big bang release. Big bang release – In traditional software development, we develop for years and release everything together. This creates a lot of issues like long lead time, skyrocketing levels of WIP (work in progress), long waiting, increasing development cost, low quality and more. Small batch... Continue Reading →

DevOps The Phoenix Project Simulation

This Simulation is based on the novel "The Phoenix Project". Novel - The Phoenix Project Bill is an IT manager at Parts Unlimited. Bill gets a call from the CEO. The company’s new IT initiative, code named Phoenix Project, is critical to the future of Parts Unlimited. The Project Phoenix was $20 million over budget and three... Continue Reading →

Lean Simulation Small batch release

This simulation will prove how small batch release wins over big bang release. Big bang release - In traditional software development, we develop for years and release everything together. This creates a lot of issues like long lead time, skyrocketing levels of WIP (work in progress), long waiting, increasing development cost, low quality and more.... Continue Reading →

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