Wednesday, November 02, 2005


I've been a big proponent of Continuous Integration from the point I found Martin Fowler's write up on the subject five years ago. It's simply the right way to do it. Even for big projects, CI can be applied on subcomponents or--if you've got the courage and resources--on the entire project. It can be done, and it does have tremendous benefit. The nightly build/smoke test is one of the best values in best practices.

I'm glad to see that the folks at Mozilla have taken the time to detail their use of CI and made the tool they use, Tinderbox, publicly available. This is definitely worth looking into.


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