TEQnation 2019: Aino Andriessen – The evolution of a Delivery Pipeline at scale

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At the Dutch Tax Office we’re developing a few hundred applications to collect taxes, to support customs, and to payout allowances. The social impact and the political aspects are major concerns on how we organize our processes. We’re currently in the middle of a journey implementing CICD to allow the business to be more agile and in-control when responding to (political) change. At the Dutch Tax Office, we have a very diverse technical landscape with (among others) more than 80 Java teams. We have implemented a lot of CI practices to allow better controlled delivery of software and we are firmly underway in scaling our solutions to support a more CD approach. And while we experience technical challenges, Continuous Delvery is more about cultural and organizational change. In this session we’d like to share our experiences, motivations, decisions and lessons learned from this continuous,challenging but interesting journey.

Bio Aino

Aino is a strong supporter of common sense, an agile mindset, CICD, crafsmanship, passion and fun as key drivers for developing high quality software. He has a long background as full stack software engineer, application architect, team lead and consultant in a variety of different branches like financial, governmental, manufactering and others. He coaches teams and organizations to improve on their software development and delivery processes. He is currently responsible for implementing and scaling the Java delivery process at the Dutch tax offices.

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