When teams deliver increments of working software using a continuous delivery pipeline, it becomes important to close the feedback loop by letting the team members know as soon as possible when something fails. This session talks about the mechanism of human response and how taking some extra care in designing information radiators can optimize the response time of human beings to anything wrong happening in the delivery pipeline.
1. Differences between Information Radiator and it’s evil-twin Information Refrigerator
2. A systematic view of human cognition
3. Different types of Information Radiators for Continuous Delivery
4. How to design Information Radiators to reduce stress and response times?
5. Multiple information radiators that you can try in your workplace to get your CD pipeline up and running.
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