DevOps The beginning of Infinity Merkely Visma
DevOps The beginning of Infinity Merkely Visma

Visma Tech Talk with Merkely's Mike Long - DevOps: The Beginning of Infinity

In this video Mike speaks to Tinuis Alexander Lystad from Visma about his latest talk, DevOps: The Beginning of Infinity.

Inspired by David Deutsch, Mike explores the concept of infinite knowledge creation and how it relates to the future of DevOps. We won’t give away too many spoilers here, so check out the full video if you want to know more.

If you want to know more about Mike you can find his profile here. And if you found the ideas in the video interesting and want to talk about doing DevOps in your organization why not have a chat with him?

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