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Continuous Integration

Posted by CSS Technical Team on May 16, 2012 5:14:00 AM

Continuous Integration (CI) is a process where software under development is continuously compiled and tested as changes are submitted to a revision control system. The goal is to identify issues such as code changes that break the build, broken unit tests, and broken functional tests, as soon as possible after such a change is committed. By identifying these issues earlier, they are resolved sooner, reducing the impact to the entire team. In an Agile Software Development methodology, this type of immediate feedback is critical for a team to meet their iterative goals.

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