Eric Hogue on May 25th, 2011

Last Saturday I had the privilege of attempting a code retreat in Quebec City. I have been hoping for this for a while, so I registered as soon as I found out about it. When I learned that Corey Haines and J. B. Rainsberger where going to be there I was really thrilled. The Setup […]

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Eric Hogue on May 9th, 2011

In a previous post, I talked about Continuous Integration. If your Continuous Integration server runs on every commits, it will help you keep your code quality high. It will also make integration a non issue. However, when I make a mistake, produce sub-optimal code or if I write code that does not respect our coding […]

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Eric Hogue on May 3rd, 2011

According to Wikipedia, continuous integration implements continuous processes of applying quality control — small pieces of effort, applied frequently. In simple terms, you verify that your project meets the quality standards frequently. This way, you can catch any deviation early. Doing the integration in small increments makes it easier. Implementing a continuous integration server can […]

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