Sometimes, it feels like DevOps has been around forever. Sometimes it feels like it's brand new. The truth is somewhere in the middle -- we've had pieces of it for a very long time, and the term itself has existed for around a decade, but the exact way we implement it has changed quite a bit over the years. Continuous Integration has been around since the 90s, but it isn't the same today as it was when Grady Booch first coined the term in 1991. Package management has changed a lot, too, and having context for the history of it not only helps us to see how far we've come, but makes it easier for new people to adapt. Join me on a journey through time, from package management as it began to what it looks like today.