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Continuous Integration vs Continuous Delivery vs Continuous Deployment

Wiele razy słyszałem jak ludzie mylą Continuous Delivery z Continuous Deployment dlatego zdecydowałem się tutaj pokazać różnice, zaczynając przy okazji od Continuous Integration. Bez obaw, postaram się unikać słownikowych definicji. 821 more words

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Benefits of Continuous Delivery

During my career as a software developer, I have seen the release frequency increasing steadily. When I started, it would take 12 to 18 months for new features to reach the customer. 1,009 more words


Yak Shaving

When I started out today, I didn’t think I’d end up talking about Yak Shaving but here I am. I don’t even own a Yak, let alone many Yak’s (that would necessitate a Yak Rack – apologies for the personal side joke, gotta love Wayne’s World) but I’m already considering keeping track of my Yak’s and thinking about which ones would be best to shave. 285 more words


Code inspection on build server using ReSharper Command Line Tools

Did you see source code with VS scrollbar full of different colors and warning sign in every file? For a long time that was my case. 593 more words


Edition 19#

Welcome to C# 7.1 (Article)

Mads Torgersen

“With C# we have always tended towards major releases: bundle a lot of features up, and release less frequently. 287 more words


IBM MQ and MQ Appliance News - October 2017

On Tuesday October 24th, IBM Hursley announced the next in the series of Continuous Delivery releases for IBM MQ V9.0 and the MQ Appliance. IBM MQ V9.0.4 was made available on November 6th. 197 more words

IBM WebSphere MQ

Why Do You Think Server Less Computing Is Interesting?

The popularity of the cloud computing technologies has recently emerged more with the open source. The new concepts are now becoming the effective technological solutions for enterprise with the increasing demands for both highly scalable and complex technologies. 260 more words