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LSCC Talks 2014 "Crafting DevOps: Applying software craftsmanship to DevOps"

I once again had the pleasure of presenting a lightning talk at the London Software Craftsmanship Community #LSCCtalks series. This time I presented a new talk I’m working on – “Crafting DevOps: Applying software craftsmanship to DevOps”. 142 more words

Conferences

Devoxx UK 2014: "Moving to a DevOps Mode: Easy, Hard or Just Plain Terrifying"

As my other blog post (will soon) reveal, my entire experience of Devoxx UK 2014 was awesome, but in particular I enjoyed presenting “Moving to a DevOps Mode: Easy, Hard or just Plain Terrifying” with Steve Poole. 221 more words

Java

BDD (Behavior-Driven Development): Missing Piece in the Continuous Integration Puzzle

Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) is a process or it can be a tool. In many cases, BDD is both. However, it should not be a goal in itself. 937 more words

Testing

Continuous Integration - An Oldie But Goodie

I’ve run into people who think Continuous Integration is a technique that was invented as part of Agile processes, and is therefore relatively new.  In fact, Continuous Integration has been around for a long time — more than 20 years.  1,341 more words

Software Quality Assurance

How to execute several maven plugins within a single build phase and set the respective execution order

You can use the build lifecycle or phases to control the order of the plugin execution. In some scenario, you have to bound few plugins to same phase, but still want to control the order of the plugin execution. 213 more words

Software Engineering

Codeship launches freemium model to push its continuous integration service

Codeship, the 4-year-old company behind a hosted continuous integration offering, is adopting a freemium model to encourage new users to try its service before having to break out their credit cards. 177 more words

Continuous Integration

Setting Up a Continuous Integration Server with Team Foundation Server (TFS)

What is Continuous Integration?

The goal of continuous integration is to allow developers to check in their code, compile it, run the tests, and deploy the application all in a single step. 509 more words

.NET