In the ownership trio, we discussed 3 elements: Knowledge, Mandate and Responsibility. This article digs into various broken ownership scenarios where 1-2 of those elements are missing, what are the common symptoms and how to fix them.
> The compliment of the monkey
typo here - should be complement.
> To know the difference between SRE and DevOps ask them what they do when an incident happens
While most people tend to _like_ to roll forward, IMO, the sane / smart thing to do is almost always to roll back, and I think folks with experience will generally do that, whether they're a SWE, SRE, or "DevOps Engineer".
IMO, many job titles to the contrary, DevOps is a methodology, not a title.
It went up on Hackernews: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=37225397
Your writing has had such a good impact on me. Thank you so much for your wonderful article.
I'm a developer from Korea.
Do you mind if I translate some or all of your article and share it on a non-profit Korean developer community site with credit?
Thank you for your article. It helps me understand the situation I'm in more deeply and the options I have. I hope that more people can read this and gain a better grasp on the concept of ownership.