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A major revision of Continuous Integration

Martin Fowler

At the turn of the century, I was lucky to involved in several projects that developed the practice of Continuous Integration. I wrote up our lessons from this work in article on my website, where it continues to be a oft-referenced resource for this important practice.

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Branching Patterns: Continuous Integration

Martin Fowler

Continuous Integration: Developers do mainline integration as soon as they have a healthy commit they can share, usually less than a day's work.

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Branching Patterns: Comparing Feature Branching and Continuous Integration

Martin Fowler

Feature Branching appears to be the most common branching strategy in the industry at the moment, but there is a vocal group of practitioners who argue that Continuous Integration is usually a superior approach.

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Modernizing Continuous Integration

DevOps.com

In the duality of continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD), CI focuses on build automation. The post Modernizing Continuous Integration appeared first on DevOps.com. Leveraging CI practices for software delivery is normal for most organizations and can be seen as a solved problem.

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Reimagining CI/CD: AI-Engineered Continuous Integration

DevOps.com

AI has the potential to greatly improve the efficiency, accuracy and effectiveness of DevOps continuous integration (CI) practices.

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The Fallacy of Continuous Integration, Delivery and Testing

DevOps.com

We know that continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) have become a DevOps best practice. And many have learned that by adding continuous testing (CT), they can create a virtuous loop, ensuring perpetual code quality and security. They’re not wrong.

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What Is CI/CD? Beginner’s Guide To Continuous Integration and Deployments

Dzone - DevOps

CI/CD Explained CI/CD stands for continuous integration and continuous deployment and they are the backbone of modern-day DevOps practices. CI/CD is the process that allows software to be continuously built, tested, automated, and delivered in a continuous cadence. What Is Continuous Integration?