Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Continuous Integration anti-patterns

A two parts article about Continuous Integration at developerworks.

The Five-O'Clock Check-in is a quick way to lose friends if your team follows the rule that no one goes home until changes are committed and a build is run. Just the wait to submit code can be tedious. Imagine what happens, then, when the build breaks. I'm thinking that there will be a lot of calls home to explain why you'll be late ... again.

Part I
Part II

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