Here are the slides from my lightning talk at Crisp today on Continuous Delivery!
[…] At the same time, continuous delivery demands that there should be as few manual steps as possible. See here for motivation on continuous delivery. […]
That is one of the most concise and clear explanations of the benefits of continuous delivery I’ve seen in a while. I guess the (perceived) downside to many people we talk to is that automating stuff for cont delivery takes time which is hard to find in the normal day to day work. My colleague Justin recently wrote about some simple ways to get started with this which may be a useful to your readers!
Thanks! Nice article although I’m not convinced that branching is a basic building block of continuous delivery 🙂
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