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Our Continuous Testing odyssey - part I

Our Continuous Testing odyssey - part I

In this blog post you'll read about why & how Shedul has started the journey towards Continuous Delivery, what does it have in common with test automation and why 2 weeks are both a little & a lot ...Dunno about…

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Parallel workstreams without long-living branches?

"Organic" growth Codebases grow, they never shrink. New functionality chunks appear, old ones very rarely get decomissioned. More code means more complexity, more dependencies, more space for regression & even more troublesome testing - that's sad reality &…

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An application "with a past": data = inertia

When I was working about my last blog post, the one about outsourcing the pain, I've come up with an idea of one, interesting type of pain software developers tend to forget about. Wait, they don't forget about it, they…

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Risks of outsourcing the pain (in DevOps & not only)

Straight to business - I've participated in a very interesting discussion about development architecture recently: which scenario works better & brings more benefit to the organization: each team is responsible for all their deployment / maintenance mechanisms separately (let's call it…

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Real-time configuration server: the idea that doesn't get love it deserves

Dealing with technical configuration of your apps may be tricky. In a simple case you just slap a text file or two and there's no harm done, but once your solution gets more & more complex, all those pesky files…

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Continuous Delivery - once and for all: the true enabler / showstopper

Shortening delivery cycle and improving the overall delivery pipeline gets more & more love nowadays. Delivering value more frequently, in a more predictable manner, while remaining truly transparent - who could resist that? That's why 'DevOps' & 'Continuous Delivery' are…

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