Category Archives: Continuous Integration

Product Ownership Evolution, part 2

Scaled-Up Scrum Scrum is fairly simple from practices point of view (and claimed to be powerful, when applied correctly). You work in timeboxed iterations with a team, Product Owner and ScrumMaster. You apply certain ceremonies (Daily Scrum, Groomings/Sprint Planning, Retrospectives, … Continue reading

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Continuous Deployment – Going for brilliant products

Continuous Deployment starts to be a very popular buzz word and especially the lean start-up scene seems to be taking both the hype factor out of it as well as enjoying the benefits that CD offers. All the major web services like … Continue reading

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Continuous Integration Developer practice / Development practice part 2

Now that we covered the developer practice (at least to some extent) in the first part we can now take a look into the large-scale view of Continuous Integration. As a developer practice CI does have clear benefits but those … Continue reading

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Continuous Integration Developer practice / Development practice part 1

Developer practice vs development practice part 1 Alan Shalloway tweeted “if you want to learn how to become agile at the team level, you still want to consider how the team fits in the bigger picture” and this tweet gave … Continue reading

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Continuous Integration – a world of it’s own

I’ve been working with software integration for almost a decade and not so surprisingly Continuous Integration (CI) has been a part of that story. It all started with automating the builds. That is maybe simple task in some contexts but … Continue reading

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