Team Guide to Software Operability
Matthew Skelton & Rob Thatcher, 2016
Team Guide to Software Operability is a practical guide to introducing and improving operability for many kinds of software. In this book, we demonstrate a collection of tried-and-tested technology-independent techniques for addressing operability within software engineering and IT operations teams.
Operability concerns the qualities of a system which make it work well over its lifetime, and software operability applies these core engineering principles to software systems.
Continuous Delivery with Windows and .NET
Matthew Skelton & Chris O’Dell, O’Reilly, 2016
In this short book, we describe how to make Continuous Delivery work with Windows and .NET, covering the platform-specific tools like NuGet, Visual Studio, and PowerShell that (in 2015) didn’t exist for non-Windows platforms. The Foreword to the book is written by Dave Farley, co-author of the original Continuous Delivery book.
- Continuous Delivery with Windows and .NET (O’Reilly, 2016)
Build Quality In
Steve Smith and Matthew Skelton (editors), Leanpub, 2015
Build Quality In is a book of Continuous Delivery and DevOps experience reports from the wild. We have an incredible group of Continuous Delivery and DevOps practitioners, who have freely shared their own first-hand experiences in this area.
The interdependent disciplines of Continuous Delivery and DevOps are of immense value to an organisation, but they are hard. We have seen Continuous Delivery and DevOps work in the wild, as have other practitioners. We want to help people on their own Continuous Delivery and DevOps journey, by sharing the experiences of those who have done it – what worked, what didn’t, and the highs and lows of trying to build quality into an organisation.
- Software Operability: A DevOps Cornerstone (2014)
- MA in Music dissertation (2013): MA in Music Dissertation – Accessibility of HIP research materials to visually impaired researchers
- Tune Logging Levels in Production without recompiling code (SDP, Issue 1, 2012)