Inspiration for your summer reading list

The DEVOPS Conference was a great opportunity to hear inspiring DevOps stories. It brought together over 10.000 DevOps practitioners - executives, managers, engineers, programmers, and designers, in a space where we could all share ideas, ask questions and gather learnings from real cases on topics such as better decision-making and better tools for DevOps.

Books are, of course, another great source of knowledge, and some excellent ones were mentioned during TDOC.

Here is a selection of 13 books you can choose from for your summer reading:

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  1. The DevOps Handbook, by Gene Kim, Jez Humble, Patrick Debois, & John Willis
  2. The Phoenix Project, by Gene Kim
  3. The Unicorn Project, by Gene Kim
  4. Reinventing Organisations, by Frederic Laloux
  5. Agile Conversations, by Douglas Squirrel & Jeffrey Fredrick
  6. Turn the Ship Around!, by L. David Marquet
  7. Project to Product, by Mik Kersten
  8. The Thin Book of Trust, Charles Feltman
  9. Accelerate, by Nicole Forsgren PhD, Jez Humble, & Gene Kim 
  10. Secure By Design, by Daniel Deogun, Dan Bergh Johnsson, & Daniel Sawano
  11. Continuous Delivery, by Jez Humble & David Farley
  12. The Tyranny of Metrics, by Jerry Z. Muller
  13. Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder, by Nassim Taleb

Published: 10. June, 2021

Updated: 11. June, 2021

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