This is a guest post by Patrick Debois, the author of JEDI: Just Enough Developed Infrastructure. I stumbled across Patrick early last year while searching desperately for some relevant topics on "agile operations". One amusing, yet poignant, hit was the lost use cases of Operations. Agile Web Operations didn't even exist at the time, but … Continue reading System Configurations + Code Revisions = Continuous Integration FTW!
On Monday, I started my new job as CTO of NetDoktor.de GmbH. Its the #1 health portal over here in Germany (ala WebMD or Revolution Health in the States). One of my main tasks will be to bring a more agile approach to their software development. As they currently outsource the website development, I once … Continue reading New Job at NetDoktor
Today, automated test builds are a goal of most development shops, and Martin Fowler's article on Continuous Integration provides an excellent overview about the major aspects. Regardless of where your team is on the path to achieving this goal, here are a few hints how to ease your way. The committer pulls test coverage out … Continue reading Continuous Integration Helps Find and Kill Bugs