DevOps Was Supposed To Kill Developer Jobs. Here's Why It Didn't
DevOps.com, July 17th, 2020
July 26, 2020,
Volume 268, Issue 4

The rise of DevOps is more an evolution than a revolution, and developer jobs aren't going anywhere

"Development died a long time ago and was replaced by DevOps. Or, at least that was the way it was supposed to happen," notes Bernard Brode in DevOps.com.

"In reality, developers are doing just fine. There are currently almost 150,000 development jobs right now on one major job site, compared with only about 16,000 positions for DevOps. It seems that the revolution in which developers would be replaced with DevOps engineers never actually happened.

In fact, and as we've previously argued, many people find that having DevOps on their job title actually harms them when it comes to finding the right job. In this article, we'll look at why..."

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