Deployment pipeline anti-patterns

It’s happened on most reasonable sized projects I have worked on. The benefits of test coverage an continuous integration are obvious and pay back immediately. But, somehow, as the project grows and diversifies, a point is reached where the complexity and run time of the CI process begins to slow down development rather than assist …

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Are Thoughtworks’ products (and product sales) really so rubbish?

I’m tired, and I’m cross. Last night I was up too late, and this morning I have wasted another few hours. All trying to do something which should be simple – evaluate some products from the well-known software consultancy “Thoughtworks”. And so far I still have not succeeded. It all started so simple. I was …

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