Branching Strategies for Continuous Integration - Jack and the Beanstalk

schedule Jun 30th 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM place EN 304 (C40) people 13 Attending

Continuous Integration has been a buzz word among development teams for several years. What is your branching strategy for Continuous Integration, and can it be improved?

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

A fun interactive discussion

  • What do we mean by 'Continuous Integration', and is it really 'Continuous'?
  • Discussion of the pros and cons of trunk-based, feature branching, and other CI strategies, together with common pitfalls.
  • The CI Certification Test

Learning Outcome

Continuous Integration Certification.

Target Audience

Developers / Team Leaders / DevOps

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