software development life cycle

Continuous Integration: A “Typical” Process

Continuous Integration: A “Typical” Process

Typical CI process

Typical CI process (source: www.pepgotesting.com)

Continuous Integration (CI) is a phase in the software development cycle where code from different team members or different features are integrated together. This usually involves merging code (integration), building the application and carrying out basic tests all within an ephemeral environment.

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The Evolution of Technology in the Context of Software Development & Design Process: Take-away from PatternFly Conference

The Evolution of Technology in the Context of Software Development & Design Process: Take-away from PatternFly Conference

Last Sunday, I returned home, India, after attending a series of collaborative sessions in Raleigh, NC, with many designers and developers across Red Hat and the open-source community, at the UX Summit and the PatternFly Conference. The whole experience was inspiring, informative and at the same time thought provoking with many takeaways, out of which the most interesting for me was that cumulatively all the inspiring talks from the speakers of the conference were implicitly hinting towards a clue. How our attempt to solve the existing technical solutions also impact the existing work process and thereby demand a rethink on the process blocks we use.

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