Wayne Wang is experienced in all aspects of IT systems delivery and operations, from strategic planning, portfolio management, project initiation, systems design, build, implementation, support, and operations. Wayne is a strong advocate for building quality in every step of the IT value chain using Agile, Lean, Design Thinking, and DevOps principles and best practices.
In the last a few years, Wayne found a new passion for helping organizations to move from the traditional waterfall method to Agile, supported by automated CI/CD pipelines, and DevOps culture. He built a team from scratch to develop CI/CD capacity for a development organization with several hundred developers in one of the top 6 global automotive company. The initiative was so successful that it reduced defects to production by 95%, while significantly increased the frequency of release. improved quality.
Currently, Wayne is leading the enterprise DevOps initiative at J.B. Hunt Transport, Inc., as its senior manager for DevOps. Wayne’s current focus is to move value-added features into production safely and quickly, in order to facilitate and accelerate the organization’s massive digital transformation initiatives.
Life Is Better When Things Flow – Apply 0/100 Principle to CI/CD
“0/100”, or zero defects and 100% first-time-through (FTT), is the holy grail of the Lean manufacturing movement. Zero defects mean that your product or service will have no defects when it is provided to the customer and 100% FTT means that as your in-progress work moves through your workstations or value stream, it is successful on the first try so there is no re-work or in-process repair. In this presentation, I will demonstrate that how the 0/100 principle and other Lean Manufacturing tools and techniques can be applied in automated software delivery process, especially when you have a proper CI/CD (Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery) platform such as Jenkins.