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Huddle.com – Being Agile about Agile with Andy McLoughlin

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John Willis / 

Last week I attended a Pacific Crest Mosiac Summit in Vail Colorado and met with a number of institutional technology investors.  During the summit there were a number of interesting BOF’s and I was fortunate enough to moderated a #devops BOF.  Andy McLoughlin the founder of Huddle.com, was one of the individuals in the Devops BOF and he blew me away with some of his internal #devop practices.  I am happy to share some of Andy’s insights here with you in the video.

 

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  1. First I appreciate the author for taking the effort to share an article about the wonderful topic of institutional technology investors. Along with that the author had managed to bring in a detailed note on Andy McLoughlin the founder of Huddle.com,who worked hard for the development of BOF.

  2. Larry says:

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