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From project to product–Microsoft DevOps Dojo

Microsoft transitioned from a large enterprise software business to a cloud company. In that sense, they are like most compagnies out there who struggle to move from an existing business model to a new cloud first service model. This also means that there are a lot of useful lessons that are relevant for all of us.

Through the Microsoft Dojo for customers program, they started to show the way they work, the way they learn, and the way they experiment.

Here are some of the topics they already covered:

  1. Dojo – People & Teams
  2. Dojo – Experiential Learning
  3. Dojo – Customers & Trust
  4. Dojo – Culture & Mindset
  5. Dojo – Product Centric Model – Part 1
  6. Dojo – Product Centric Model – Part 2
  7. Dojo – Product Centric Model – Part 3
  8. Dojo – OKRs (Objectives and Key Results)

Interested to learn more? Check out Microsoft Learn and start your DevOps Dojo journey.

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