Continuous Integration

Integration is arguably the most difficult part of a software development project. Yet it is also the most likely to get squeezed when the schedule slips.

The practice of doing nightly builds has significantly improved the frequency of integration feedback, but overnight builds can still incorporate hundreds of changes made by many developers.

Continuous integration can make that feedback almost immediate. Your developers will know immediately when they’ve broken a build – and can immediately address the issue rather than derailing the entire team for the next day after a broken overnight build.

As a part of moving teams towards more agile processes, Provaré experts can help you with the modern tools and techniques you need to implement continuous integration.

If another day of sitting around after a broken build is a luxury you can’t afford, maybe we should talk about continuous integration.