CI we ignore is not CI
CI is as CI does. If you aren't continuously integration, you don't do CI.
What a waste
Slow software delivery processes are such a waste.
Implementing Continuous Delivery in Reverse - ATVIE22
If you heard about Continuous Delivery you might find it sounds great, but you are not ready for it because [insert excuse here].
Tiny DevOps episode #45 Dave Mangot — Should you deploy on Fridays?
Dave Mangot is a speaker, author, teacher, and Silicon Valley veteran. His focus is helping private equity portofolio companies use their technology organization to maximize growth, and he joins me today to discuss the contentious topic of Friday deployments and why you definitely should do them and why you definitely should not do them. Confused?
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Isn't it wasteful to build after every commit?
Continuous delivery provides some very cheap insurance.
Stop starting and start finishing
Today I installed the door on some furniture I built a year ago. Reminds me of many user stories.
Make the problems painful
Avoiding pain often prevents us from improving something important.
Which comes first? Manual testing or continuous delivery?
Does not feeling "ready" for CD mean that manual testing is a good alternative? Not really.
Thoughts on merging
I often merge incomplete PRs.
While we're here, we might as well...
Unlike in the physical world, few physical constraints prevent us from delivering software in small batches.
The Technologist Podcast #4: Continuous Delivery, DevOps, Go
Coach Denis interviews me about my mission to bring enterprise-class software delivery to small teams with small budgets.