Tiny DevOps episode #43 Jason Adam — A conversation about trunk-based development
Jason Adam is a software developer with a non-traditional background in biology, business development, and data analytics. Now he's active as a developer, and on the lookout for proven practices he can introduce to his team. On this episode we talk about Trunk-Based Development, and the related topics of continuous integration and deployment, infrastruture as code, and much more.
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