Continuous Integration

Saturday, March 11, 2006

I'm a big fan of the concept of continuous integration, which is the concept that code is built and tested as early and as often as possible. As soon as a change is completed/checked in, the code is built and tested. Usually this is done automatically (as an aside, I wonder how this approach can work well with enterprise software). Anyway, I saw this article and I found it pretty amusing. Now I have a good reason to get a rubber chicken...


Fireflower said...

what, and the impending family addition isn't a good enough reason to get a rubber chicken? You'd be amazed what babies will go for. Marc's still a bit amused that Tiffany started teething on his computer cords. Of course, he's not the one who has to follow her around taking cords out of her mouth.

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