The Why and How of Continuous Integration

By Pankaj Srivastava Continuous Integration is a development engineering practice that integrates code after each check-in done by developers into a shared repository and helps to find out code errors & code breaks early before it hampers the development process of other developers. It is a myth that Continuous Integration is an agile methodology practice. A development engineering practice is not dependent on the software development methodology being followed. It can be implemented in any software development methodology. Why is Continuous Integration required? Software development project… Continue Reading →

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Agile Methodology – The T20 of Software Development Life Cycle

By Rahul Singh, Agile methodology is like T20 cricket match of recent days where the requirements keep changing every moment and you need to be on your toes to be successful (deliver something tangible). Waterfall or V-model was more like a Test match where you had enough time to set yourself and decide on your strategy. But here in agile there is a concept of sprint hardening which means once the goal is set you need to try your best to achieve it. If I had… Continue Reading →

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