High Performing Teams

An immutable infrastructure is another infrastructure paradigm in which servers are never modified after they're deployed. If something needs to be updated, fixed, or modified in any way, new servers built from a common image with the appropriate changes are provisioned to replace the old ones. After they're validated, they're put into use and the old ones are decommissioned.

Developing High Performing Teams, in The Center for Organization Design. Retrieved 2/24/2018. http://www.centerod.com/developing-high-performance-teams/

Position on the Adoption Curve

Presentations about High Performing Teams

Polyglot Functional Developer on the JVM Jessica Kerr

Develop Your Development Experience

Author of The Core Protocols: A Guide to Greatness Richard Kasperowski

Workshop: Core Protocols for Psychological Safety


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