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xChange13See what’s planned for xChange13, Serena’s global user conference from September 16-18 at the Eden Roc Renaissance in Miami Beach!

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xChange13Getting home from xChange13, Serena’s global user conference from September 16-18 in Miami, and telling your team that you got a “Douggie” might raise a few eyebrows. So it would be better if you used the official name: “The

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Show me the DevOpsDevOpsDays Silicon Valley was the biggest DevOpsDays event yet.  The event had a more professional feel than previous events I have attended.

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Release Management imageAt least you can never say Release Management is boring! Wherever we turn today someone is ready to deliver an absolute truth about the subject. The reality is that Release Management cannot be defined in general terms; it cannot be bounded, except by actual practitioners. There is no hard-and-fast rule about

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Velocity Conference logoMy expectations for Velocity 2013 were high, based on my experience at Velocity 2012.  Once again, the folks from the Ops side of the house were out in force asking plenty of insightful questions. 

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Bob PenderExciting times at Serena!  A hearty welcome back to Bob Pender as he returns to Serena Software as CFO!  Bob was CFO at Serena for nearly 14 years until leaving about 2 years ago.  He was heavily involved in taking Serena public in 1999, acquiring Merant in 2004 and the going private transaction with Silver Lake in 2006.  Currently, Bob is working on the transformational process of a new Serena and is excited about the future direction. (More about this at xChange13, our global user conference from September 16-18 in Miami.)  Everyone here is

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xChange13Englebert Humperdinck sang “Please release me, let me go” in 1967. Some might say it is the anthem of xChange13, Serena’s global user conference from September 16-18 in Miami. While Mr. Humperdinck’s iconic silk shirts and

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xChange13Several of you wrote after last week’s blog post and asked “what is a Product Officer?”

In January, our new CEO, Greg Hughes, asked what would be the most significant change we could make to how

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MPICT logoLast week, Dave Nielsen (@davenielsen) ran a series of five classes on Cloud Computing for Mid-Pacific ICT’s California Community College Faculty Development Week.  As part of the series, Dave invited me to lead the Cloud App Deployment Workshop, which covered DevOps in the cloud.

The faculty members were really engaged

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