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LAST CALL - DORA STUDY: How is your software delivery team performing?

  • 4 June 2021
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We are so excited to partner with Google Cloud on a research project testing and improving the performance of software delivery teams in a live C2C Talks event on June 9 and discussion on the results on June 23.

Read on to learn more about the survey and how C2C community members can get involved. 

What’s the survey about? 
 

DORA's State of DevOps research program represents six years of research and data from over 31,000 professionals worldwide. It is the longest-running academically rigorous research investigation of its kind, providing an independent view into the practices and capabilities that drive high performance in technology delivery and ultimately organizational outcomes. Our research uses behavioral science to identify the most effective and efficient ways to develop and deliver software.

Use our quick check tool to discover how you compare to industry peers, identify specific capabilities you can use to improve performance and make progress toward becoming an elite performer.

Google Cloud and the DORA research launched the 2021 State of DevOps survey and the survey takes approximately 25 minutes to complete, and we are looking for C2C Community members to participate.


Evaluate your team

 

We’re looking for one  C2C Community member to take the survey like with the DORA team on June 9. You’ll need to meet the criteria noted below to be considered and will be selected by C2C on May 27. The advance notice is to allow you and your teams to prepare and answer any preliminary questions.

Feel free to reach out to Sabina@c2cglobal.com with your interest, or comment below.


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Hello all!  Below is the link to sign up for this event happening next Wednesday, June 16th from 9-10am PT. (PLEASE NOTE: The June 9th event mention above is now happing on June 16th).  We look forward to seeing everyone.  It is going to be great!

Sign up here: 

 

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