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Thursday, October 20 • 4:45pm - 5:30pm
Avoiding Toxic Technical Debt Derivatives – R. Tyler Croy, CloudBees, Inc.

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This talk is about failure. Technical debt is an apt description for the accrued bubblegum and duct tape hacks, manual changes and processes which exist only in oral histories. If it's not automated, it's probably technical debt, and even then... In this talk we'll use an open source project's infrastructure as a cautionary tale. Taking a tour of some of the biggest automation failures, we'll highlight major gaps and laugh at how the bubble eventually burst. With technical debt, you can't ever declare bankruptcy or get bailed out. Are you sure about that manual change you just made?

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R. Tyler Croy

Person, CloudBees, Inc.
Tyler has been a long-time contributor to the Jenkins project, professional software engineer and currently works full-time on the Jenkins project at CloudBees, Inc. As part of his work for the Jenkins project, he has been responsible for project infrastructure through numerous service additions, site outages and total overhauls of the project's infrastructure management. He also will gladly discuss beer, gardening and bread recipes with you.


Thursday October 20, 2016 4:45pm - 5:30pm
Grand Hall

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