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March 20, 2006

A comet for the development dinosaurs?

From Tyler Blain comes a post that, well, we've all been there ... the long and grueling software development process.  Tyler's point is that the cycle of dev, code freeze, test, continue doesn't let software evolve.  Tyler suggests using an automated build and test system where software is tested as you go instead of testing a bit at a time.  Would this work?  Seems that it could help developers get rid of app-killer bugs while allowing them to develop "cool" features.

Hat tip: Chris Breisch

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Thanks very much for reading and linking to Tyner Blain!


Posted by: Scott Sehlhorst | Mar 21, 2006 1:27:33 PM

You are very welcome! It was a really interesting post (even for a non-programmer like me!)

Posted by: Tris Hussey | Mar 21, 2006 1:33:27 PM

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