In this episode, Edith and Paul are joined by Marianna Tessel, VP of Engineering at Docker to discuss the evolution of software delivery from the days of punch card systems. Marianna shares her thoughts on the future of continuous delivery, where she envisions software will be written in small chunks, instantly sucked into the system and ready to be used.
Marianna also shares lessons from her days at VMware on selling to enterprise clients and driving bottoms-up developer adoption.
Is ‘next shiny thing syndrome’ keeping you from being successful? Listen in to find out more.
This is episode #29 in the To Be Continuous podcast series all about continuous delivery and software development.