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Agile Adoption Patterns: A Roadmap to Organizational Success by Amr Elssamadisy

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Chapter 17. Release Often

Release your software to your end customers as often as you can without inconveniencing them. Figure 17-1 shows how the Release Often practice is related to the Continuous Integration practice.

The Release Often practice is made possible by building things end to end and removing defects as soon as possible. This is best achieved by practicing Continuous Integration with Automated Developer Tests.

Figure 17-1. The Release Often practice is made possible by building things end to end and removing defects as soon as possible. This is best achieved by practicing Continuous Integration with Automated Developer Tests.

Business Value

The most obvious business value addressed by this practice is time to market—the fact that you can release often means that you can get functionality out the door quickly to maintain an edge on your competitors ...

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