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Governing the commons of DevOps

The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action (or a lesson we might learn from a Nobel prize winning political scientist’s field research), looked through the eyes of game theory: How communities succeed or fail at managing common pool resources.

About Sandy Flath: I recently joined CA Technologies, with a background in international business and some programming Know How. The company I work for aims to bring DevOps into the C-Suite. Thereby, pursuing to make companies aware of good practices to leverage the full potential of DevOps. I’m a community exchange point at CA Technologies, making sure that CA Technologies stays on top of the issues practitioner’s face: Where the struggle is and where success happens – and most importantly: How and why.

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