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Brownfield Application Development in .NET by Kyle Baley, Donald Belcham

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Chapter 3. Continuous integration

This chapter covers

  • Setting up continuous integration
  • Closing the feedback loop
  • Updating the check-in dance

In the previous chapter, we set up a version control repository to enable all developers to have the latest version of the code. Now we’re going to tackle a problem common in all software development projects: integration.

Large software projects are often split into separate components as part of the design, and it isn’t until late in the project that the components are integrated into a single cohesive solution. Often, this integration is a massive undertaking in and of itself and may even take several weeks and require changes to existing code in order to make it work.

When you integrate your ...

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