The software industry is not a single, homogeneous thing, and not all software is alike. The nature and the context of each individual software project dictates how continuous practices can be applied in each case, and the extent to which they are applicable in the first place.
In this talk we will look into the contextual factors that determine how continuous practices can be made to work for you, rather than painting yet another success story and then making you feel back for failing to emulate it.
Daniel Ståhl works as Product Area Lead Software and License Handling, subject matter expert and architect at Ericsson AB, where he is responsible for the corporate strategy on continuous integration, delivery and deployment. He has been working professionally in software development since 2007, and has spent most of that time implementing and researching continuous practices in organizations ranging from single teams to tens of thousands of engineers. He received an MSc degree from Linköping University, Sweden, and a PhD degree from the University of Groningen, The Netherlands.