Continuous Delivery

zerosimms

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I guess this is more of a question towards Jon and the development crew...

So my question is:
As much as the "big bang/waterfall" delivery of new features and bug fixes are great and exciting. Have you ever considered going down the continuous delivery approach?


Justin

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As far as my understanding goes from reading wikipedia just now, that just means to have our software continually being built and ready to release at any moment. That's exactly what we do with our public releases, though the updates aren't super frequent.

Private builds are of course more on the "continuous deployment" side. Not only building them automatically, but always making the results available to people automatically as well.

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ceosol

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I love the waterfall method for the private builds. It is neat having fixes and additions all of the time for testing out new features. I always keep a public release handy in case I need the standard features that anybody could access.