Large Scale Continuous Integration


made by a single team, not the changes made by all developers.

Adopting Multi-stage Continuous Integration
Getting to Multi-stage Continuous Integration takes time, but is well worth the investment. The first step is to implement Continuous Integration somewhere in your project. It really doesn't matter where. I recommend reading the book "Continuous Integration" by Paul Duvall, Steve Matyas, and Andrew Glover.

Damon Poole is Founder and CTO of AccuRev, a leading provider of Agile Development tools. Damon has eighteen years of software development methodology and process improvement experience spanning the gamut from small collocated teams all the way up to 10,000-person shops doing global development. He writes frequently on the topic of Agile development and as one of AccuRev's two product owners works closely with AccuRev customers developing and implementing state of the art Agile techniques which scale smoothly to large distributed teams. Damon earned his BS in Computer Science at the University of Vermont in 1987 and his Agile Development Thoughts blog is at

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