Continuous Delivery is nothing new but it needs to reasonate with your organization before you start the implementation. Carlos Castellanos drills it down to the basics explaining if you need it, how to get there and a good set of tools to help you.
An excellent post by Mark McBride on how to de-risk software releases including good insights from Twitter's decomposition of it's monolithic software stack to microservices.
Microservices are awesome! But maybe not for all situations. In this post Sean Kelly talks about his experience with the microservices movement, some fallacies and when is the right time for organizations to adopt them.
Julia Austin - DigitalOcean's CTO - writes about the evolution of the CTO role, how complicated it can get and how there are two types of CTOs that evolve as a company grows. She also explains how to find harmony between CTOs and VP Engineering roles.
Semantic versioning is great for avoiding the dependency hell, it allows you to communicate to your users that you're introducing breaking changes. Tom Dale advises how not to abuse it since ease of communication ≠ ease of dealing with the breaking change.
Distractions are the ultimate enemy of shipping! Tair Assimov tells you how you can ship good software out of the door without compromising, what you should get right in your MVP and what to worry about later.