Teach by Doing: Conversation-Driven Development with ChatOps
STOP! ChatOps can help your teams communicate and collaborate more efficiently by providing a unifying platform across the disparate tools and processes to disseminate knowledge across everyone on the team and provide visibility cross the board.
What started as a playful experiment, ChatOps helps foster a culture that embraces the core tenets of DevOps - automation, measurement, sharing - by bringing everyday tools and processes right into the middle of a conversation in a virtual space used by the teams, providing the ability to work not just quickly, but smoothly. The ability to instruct "bots" to perform routine tasks through your chat tools is powerful and perhaps shines a light on what could be the next dominant interface for interaction. There’s immediate value in the visibility, awareness and real-time feedback it offers to the entire team. Everyone can see what's being done, the resulting effects, and provides a strong foundation for deep collaboration, learning and teaching by doing.
In this session geared towards beginners, we will introduce the essential concepts of ChatOps, the benefits, understand the anatomy of a chat application/robot, and demonstrate how ChatOps can be leveraged to help team culture through automation and sharing.
Outline/structure of the Session
What is ChatOps?
What are its benefits?
How do I begin my journey to ChatOps?
Understand the principles of ChatOps and the correlation to an increase in collaboration and transparency.
Be able to describe workflow patterns that can be automated with ChatOps.
Describe the anatomy of a chat application/robot.
Blueprint to start your journey with ChatOps.
Folks interested in methods of collaboration, feedback and automation.
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