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In the last decade of my career, I’ve been extremely fortunate to have worked with some of the best...
0 replies - 4879 views - 07/22/13 by Daniel Ackerson in Articles
Continuous Integration is now very much a central process of most agile development efforts, but it hasn’t been around all that long. It may be widely...
0 replies - 11955 views - 11/10/12 by James Betteley in Articles
“As a topic of conversation, I find branching policies to be very
interesting”, “Branching is great fun!”, “I wish we could do more
4 replies - 8131 views - 11/04/12 by James Betteley in Articles
The benefits of continuous builds are so obvious, widely
documented and experienced nowadays that anyone with even a passing
interest in agile...
0 replies - 6165 views - 10/23/12 by Ben Wootton in Articles
Having a good Continuous Integration setup is the gift that keeps on
giving, but what about your database? For most web applications these
0 replies - 11233 views - 06/14/12 by Douglas Rathbone in Articles
Deploying in an automated fashion using Continuous Integration
doesn’t happen instantly, and depending on the size of your application,
0 replies - 6435 views - 06/07/12 by Douglas Rathbone in Articles
Having a good Continuous Integration setup can be one of the
highlights of any developers daily grind. Regardless, it can be seen as
almost pointless if...
1 replies - 6351 views - 06/06/12 by Douglas Rathbone in Articles
Let’s set the context (which I did not do in my most recent post–sorry). Here is an image showing a Technical Program with Communities of Practice...
1 replies - 8992 views - 04/14/12 by Johanna Rothman in Articles
Travis CI is a distributed Continuous Integration system, initially available as an open source project. A Pro version will be available for closed source...
0 replies - 6558 views - 03/21/12 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
My mate Alon Nativ just referred me to JetBrains newly introduced TeamCity feature: integration of their Continues Integration (CI) platform with Amazon EC2....
1 replies - 2869 views - 02/27/12 by Moshe Kaplan in Articles
Databases have long been the poor cousin of the application tier when
it comes to many of the processes we take for granted in the .NET
1 replies - 7485 views - 02/08/12 by Troy Hunt in Articles
There are a number of ways you can monitor the progress of your
Grails build: using the Hudson / Jenkins web app; or leveraging the API:
from your IDE,...
0 replies - 11221 views - 01/30/12 by Robin Bramley in Articles
I’ve noticed that when other developers talk about “continuous integration” they do not always mean the same thing. The following is an outline of the...
11 replies - 20361 views - 01/29/12 by Dror Helper in News
I like continuous integration. A lot. I started being an aficionado
of continuous integration back in my senior year of university . It was
my very first...
1 replies - 6700 views - 12/23/11 by Johanna Rothman in Articles
As I’m sure I’ve ranted about mentioned in the past,
Continuous Integration is far more than just a collection of tools and
scripts. It’s “a...
1 replies - 10018 views - 11/09/11 by James Betteley in Articles
I recently went to another C.I. meetup to listen to Tom Duckering, a
DevOps consultant at Thoughtworks, deliver a talk about managing a
1 replies - 5610 views - 11/08/11 by James Betteley in Articles
This article is intended to give the reader enough information to
understand what JDepend is, what it does, and how to use it in a maven
build. It’s a...
0 replies - 6239 views - 10/21/11 by James Betteley in Articles
I’ve been going over a couple of posts by Steve Kilner
that question whether Agile methods can be used effectively in software
maintenance. It’s a...
1 replies - 7598 views - 10/14/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
A vast majority of daily practitioners of Continuous Integration don't
really understand it. This is a bold statement, I know. But it is not
0 replies - 11396 views - 09/27/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
In 2008 at Agile Toronto, I did a session on Agile Infrastructure. This is where I met Andrew Shafer
(working at Reductive Labs). There wasn't that much...
1 replies - 9175 views - 09/20/11 by Patrick Debois in News