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Thierry de Pauw Apr 16
It looks like I'm going to present a new presentation in September about the journey of 15 teams working on one monolith towards and how they improved their release cycle from every 6 months to every 2 weeks in 4 month time.
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Thierry de Pauw Mar 27
Enterprise checklist: - ✔️we have safe - ✔️ we have fired some people - ✔️ we have an integration environment - ✔️ we have a release train - ✔️ we have truckloads of testers doing manual regression checks
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🎙Jean-Louis Queguiner Feb 13
I uploaded a new episode, "#14. Yvonnick Esnault - Francois Samin - Integration Continue - Deploiement continue Big Data et Machine Learning", on
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Fintan Ryan Mar 6
If you want to do development at any scale - start with . If you don't have CI in place the rest will fail. Even if you don't want to use containers, put CI in place. It remains, by far, the best tooling decision you will make for your SDLC.
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Moussa Traoré Apr 26
2h d’experience sharing, mieux qu’une formation classique 😊 // 🔥...Must to...before release...🔥 -Task status set to resolved -Compiler warning report -Static analysis result -Pre integration test report -Peer review checklist
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Adam Dymitruk 🇨🇦 Feb 10
This bashing of is too funny. I can do with as many branches as I want. And continuous delivery is another BS battle-cry for not doing feature branches and shipping crap to production hidden by a toggle. I'll side on improving , thanks.
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Rashi Agrawal Feb 22
Urgent requirement for Azure DevOps Engineer Duration: 6-12 Month Contract - W2 Location: Montvale, NJ Please share your profile at Rashi.Agrawal@Xoriant.com
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Hamish Watson Mar 6
Note to future clients: If you have chocolate cake - I will turn up and build web servers and stuff .
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Thierry de Pauw May 17
Thinking of presenting how an organisation can measure it's adoption of and by extension at .
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Yvonnick Esnault Mar 1
Much more than “Pipeline as Code”… “Workflow as Code” New OVH Blog Post - Continuous Delivery and Deployment Workflows with CDS
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Thierry de Pauw May 18
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Releasability Book Feb 2
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Richard Clark Jan 4
Delighted to speak 8th March 2019 about and , thank you. Tickets still available (always sells out remember!).
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Faisal Khatri Apr 21
Continuous Integration can help reduce assumptions on a project by rebuilding software whenever a change occurs in a version control system. #
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MyJava Feb 1
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Testhouse May 17
“We consider our Hybrid Model as the best solution for our customers due to our emphasis on both quality and cost-efficient delivery” - Sug Sahadevan, Founder and Group CEO, Testhouse.
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Jean-Dominique N. Jan 31
Fellow devs you’re not gonna be fond of this one but I like to think everything in this makes sense. Feel free to call me insane but I’ll stand my ground.
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AutoRABIT May 16
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JFrog Feb 21
With one giant leap forward for , JFrog is thrilled to announce the acquisition of ! Discover a new future of , from code to production:
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iamEAP May 11
The natural outcome of the emergence of “citizen developers” is the need for “developer tools” for citizen developers. Just as devs have and tools to ensure quality and reliability of their code, citizen devs need the same for their stacks.
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