Continuous build integration Question

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Discussion posted 3/6/08 by George Bonvanie
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davidparker

Although continuous build integration arose from Agile development practices, it is gaining popularity in more traditional development shops as well. Companies are using continuous build integration to deliver higher quality software faster, with existing resources. Is your organization employing continuous build integration? What challenges have you faced in employing this practice?
Posted 5/17/2007 10:51 AM

ashowen

David, I am pleased to report that a number of customers have successfully configured Dimensions for Continuous Integration Builds. I would be very interested in hearing about both existing customer implementations and current challenges. For example, establishing a Dimensions 10 reference area that can be automatically populated and maintained; and leveraging Dimensions Build to schedule builds through ANT or Cruisecontrol. If not using Dimensions Build, what build processes and tools are being adopted and how might we accomodate their benefits within Dimensions Build. What's working and what isn't?
Posted 6/1/2007 5:38 PM
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    Thursday, January 27 2011, 04:47 PM - #Permalink
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    Comment posted 12/17/08 by Jennifer Jones

    Hi Ashley
    Would it be possible to obtain more data than what was posted in regards to continuous integration. We are seeking input from existing customers and or white papers that you may have access to.
    Thank you,
    Jennifer
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    Thursday, February 03 2011, 10:35 AM - #Permalink
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    CI is also important because if a build is integrated and it fails, the development team knows exactly at which iteration the bad code is in. Continuous Integration is important because it helps you to obtain faster results and faster feedback which is the key element of agile way of working.
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