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Continuous Integration: Improving Software

Continuous Integration: Improving Software Quality and Reducing Risk. Andrew Glover, Paul M. Duvall, Steve Matyas

Continuous Integration: Improving Software Quality and Reducing Risk


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Continuous Integration: Improving Software Quality and Reducing Risk Andrew Glover, Paul M. Duvall, Steve Matyas
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For any software package developer who has put in days in a€?integration hell,a€? It's feels a even bit understatement to label it as continuous “deployment” because its advantages include improved productivity, increased customer satisfaction, reduced risk, decreased cost and better predictability and planning. Continuous Integration reduces risk as integration problems are small (as small as the integration frame) and detected early (Of course, it's not the same to integrate 4 hours of work to integrating 3 days of work with a mainline that surely contains much more It helps reducing risk and improves feedback (which leads to a product with better quality). One of the interesting things about Continuous Integration is how often people are surprised by the impact that it has. Paul Duvall is the CEO of Stelligent, a firm that helps clients create production-ready software every day. Continuous Integration: Improving Software Quality and Reducing Risk. As a software developer, you know that one of the critical period in a project is when you try to make integrate your code in the overall application and push. I blogged 11 reasons for Continuous Integration. Things that are traditionally not associated with Software quality assurance relies on short-cycle repetition and thoroughness which are easier to automate alongside with the deployment automation. It's no secret that most or all of Agile practices are aimed at reducing risk and improving the feedback cycle, right?