How the British Medical Journal ditched its old culture for a DevOps environment
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During a recent VMworld keynote, Pat Gelsinger, the CEO of VMware, gave special praise to General Electric (GE). For a company which was founded when Queen Victoria was still on the British throne, its continued innovations through cloud, analytics, and more has helped it remain the only company still standing from the original 12 listed as part of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
The British Medical Journal (BMJ), founded in 1840, a full 52 years before GE, is another...