DevOps was supposed to make things easy


So why does it feel so difficult and confusing?
Hello! I’m Luca Ingianni. I help engineering teams to introduce modern software development principles in their work.

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Your project is more than the sum of its parts -- but why are the parts veering in all directions?


I love to tinker with tech, but I love even more to work with people. I’m excited to help you pick a safe path through the complexities of human interaction, and the vast amount of engineering knowledge needed to bring your project to life.

Whether you need guidance on technical matters, help setting up your development process, debugging your product or even yourself, I’m here for you.

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My specialities


Team dynamics

Technology is about people, working together -- I know how to get information and work flowing within your organisation

Introducing automation

Speeding up your workflows by introducing modern development automation: give your team time to focus on what's important

navigating DevOps

DevOps can be a bewildering mix of tools, techniques, people and organisations. Done right, it offers tremendous power and speed. I can help you make sense of what you need, and when.

Training and coaching for engineers and managers

Ready to try something new? I can get your team up to speed to meet new challenges!

what I'm good at


Latest Blog Posts


[DDD] Your product is too small
October 1, 2020
If I may take a wild guess: your product is too small. Especially if you’re not working at a tech company, like a SaaS or the like. …
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[DDD] Lipstick on a DevOps
September 30, 2020
I’ve been pondering how language is such an important part of making DevOps succeed. Or of making it fail. That’s because with …
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[DDD] Functional smells
September 29, 2020
Software Developer wisdom has it that problems with testing point to problems with your architecture. If tests are hard to write, brittle, …
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[DDD] Test plans in DevOps
September 10, 2020
Traditionally, testing followed a test plan. A mighty document listing what would be tested, and by whom, and how. Recently I got asked: …
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Do you have a question? A project proposal? Something special in mind? Contact me, and let’s talk about how I can make your team, your products, and your life better