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Practices of an Agile Developer by Andy Hunt, Venkat Subramaniam

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pointer-image   14   Integrate Early, Integrate Often

 

the very end of the development phase, or at least until development is well underway. After all, why bother integrating code unless it’s done? You’ll have plenty of time
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As we’ve said, a main aspect of agility is continuous development, not episodic. That’s especially necessary when it comes to integrating code you’ve written with code the rest of the team has been working on.

Most developers would like to postpone integration for several good reasons. Sometimes the mere thought of working with more ...

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