I think most powerful "human" thing about DevOps is breaking down the silos and creating new ways of communication.
Previously we have had the culture tag trending quite well, but of course the number of quesions is totally biased to tech which is quite ok to start with.
But look, it seems like most of those culture questions have been asked by tech-related individuals, most far distance I have perceived are perspectives from high-level IT project managers.
Then, there is a question asked here by a recruiter - 42p score an 8K views. Is quite kind of a big bang for this community - right?
Ok then, I did an experiment and asked a question on LinkedIn to non-tech roles what would they ask and invited them to join here. Let's see what happens.
Enough explanation, hope you are still with me. Thank you :-)
Now my question:
- What could be DevOps questions we would like to ask ask other roles and perspectives down the whole value chain? (I mean, if we do not, what about our own perception of importance of empathy and culture we claim with DevOps?)
Hope this does make sense to you.