Brad Appleton, Robert Cowham and I wrote an article for the May issue of CM Crossroads that suggests that testing more and branching less can help your team use Software Configuration Management to enable change.
Read Keep the Change.
Thoughts about agile software development, software configuration management, and the intersection between them.
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
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Branching and Integration Time
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