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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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Teamwork

Imagine doing all this locally on your own computer. For simplicity, let's say you've got some code that has to compile and some unit tests that have to run. Easy enough, everybody should be able to do that. Except your manager, who doesn't have the developer software installed at all. Or the intern, who forgot to kick off the unit tests. Or the developer, who works on a different OS making some tests, that aren't important to him, fail (for example, we have an application developed on and for Windows, but a complimentary app for iOS developed on a Mac). Suddenly, getting a working and tested executable becomes a hassle for everyone who isn't working on this project on a daily basis. Besides, the people who can get a working executable ...

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