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Continous integration (CI) is a software development practice in which developers frequently merge code into a central repository in order to get rapid feedback on changes, iterations, and potential defects. It's commonly used in DevOps and agile development methodologies.

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Continuous integration

Traditional continuous integration (CI) systems are designed as a pipeline of jobs. You have a peer...

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Continuous integration is an important part of an agile software development setup. Check out these...
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