It doesn't help if you don't merge...
Don't let your approved PR rot.
It's not something you have
...it's something you do.
Avoid merge conflicts, don't manage them
Or: why sweeping up the glass after an accident doesn't make you a responsible driver
What if every PR takes 2-3 days to review?
Pull requests are like bread. They go stale quickly.
Don't wait until it's ready to merge
Merging complete features leads to conflicts. Conflicts lead to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.
Missing the point
Let's say we agree about the benefits of PRs, what would need to change to get those benefits some other way?
What would it take to eliminate PRs on your team?
Why don't you trust your software deliver process?
Unsure? Browse the archive.
How will continuous delivery benefit me?
I don't know how much continuous delivery will help you. It depends on your starting point. But it never hurts.
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Mirco Hering tells you everything you need to know about DevOps.
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Medical devices from a developer's perspective, and much more.
Don't try fix everything at once
Most teams have many problems that could be fixed. But not all should be fixed. At leat not yet.