What I liked about it
  • The meat metaphor
  • The fact that you included some tools to show us
  • the presentation itself
  • especially the first paart went very fluent
  • Good questioning
  • Nice slides
  • lots of namees/tools... mentioned
  • good slides
  • parallel with dev (eg the tests)
  • good presentation
  • a bit technical towards the end
  • the story with BBQ :-)
  • overview of the tooling --> makes devops possible
  • a lot of meat! and ideas!
  • new insights on what devops is
  • survey of available tools/approach
  • Gives a good view in development and ideas of quality improvement of deployment
  • Pragmatic, useful, necessary, experience based, a natural next step in CM
To improve
  • less slides, but more to-the-point
  • have a clear message. I could not make chocolate from it
  • stay on-topic even if questions distract you
  • I would like a real example of a recipie
  • make it a bit more concrete
  • clear examples
  • maybe a bit attention for devs, I thougth there was too much attention for apps
  • too "advanced" for participants with only dev experienci. A general, easy intro/overview would have been nice. Or usr more business language
  • present a little "stronger"
  • try to make Microsoft minded people to leave the sessin with a good feeling. it's hard, I know.
  • timing
  • How to do it on a microsoft environment: an example, .net conv/ powershell
  • time frame
  • spend less time on first story
  • less insist on BBQ metaphore
  • Allow time for discussion on how to concretely get devs and ops to talk together
  • give pointers to books/mailinglists/conferences
  • Repeat it in as many venues as possible
  • Summary of a couple of best practices