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The days of siloed development and operations teams are over. The DevOps article collection explores the world of agile development, feedback loops, team dynamics, system administration meets operations, and DevOps best practices.

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DevOps veteran Kris Buytaert, who was there at the founding of DevOpsDays, shares lessons learned that might surprise you.
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Test-driven development is not enough for delivering lean code that works exactly to expectations. Mutation testing is a powerful step forward. Here's what that looks like.
A cat.

Use the logic created so far in this series to implement functioning code, then use failure and unit testing to make it better.
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Develop the logic for an automated cat door that opens during daylight hours and locks during the night, and follow along with the .NET testing framework.
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Breaking down silos and becoming a champion for security will help you, your career, and your organization.
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Use planned failure to ensure your code meets expected outcomes and follow along with the .NET testing framework.
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Making engineers responsible for their code and services in production offers multiple advantages—for the engineer as well as the code.
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DevOps is about delighting our stakeholders with continuous business value, and how we manage transient faults is part of that.