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Pain Relievers for Continuous Integration and Agile Development


Pain Relievers for Continuous Integration and Agile Development

Date / Time
Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008
2 PM ET / 11 AM PT / 19 GMT
[click here to register]

Duration
1 hour

Presented By
Dr. Dobb's Journal Webinar

Overview

Do you need:

  • Faster builds?
  • Trouble-free merges?
  • Reliable builds to test against?
You're the build manager. You actually build the product that ships. Yet get no respect. You're on your own to build your toolset.

You're expected to provide a Continuous Integration environment - even though you have developers all over the world and a build that takes 14 hours to run. You're expected to be agile.

Learn how in a Free webinar on December 3rd at 11am PST: Pain Relievers for Continuous Integration and Agile Development

Presenters:

  • Anders Wallgren — Chief Technical Officer, Electric Cloud
  • Damon Poole — Founder & CTO, AccuRev

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