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Continuous Integration in .NET by Craig Berntson, Marcin Kawalerowicz

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Chapter 12. Extending continuous integration

This chapter covers

  • Dealing with slow builds
  • Scaling the CI process
  • Measuring the maturity of the CI process

Now that you have your CI process up and running and you’ve added some capabilities, you may have found that not everything is a bed of roses. Some things don’t work as you expect or become slower as you add more capabilities. You may also have found political or legal issues that cause you pain.

This chapter will help you. We’ll wrap up our discussion of CI by talking about extending your process and how to overcome some of these obstacles. The topics we’ll present in this chapter aren’t necessarily directly related to each other, but they’re important enough that we need to discuss them. ...

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