Continuous Delivery is an emerging area of software development, which takes continuous integration one step further. Software teams practicing continuous delivery create build pipelines that enable them to integrate, test, and deploy their software products with high frequency.
Continuous Delivery sounds good, but my years of software development experience suggest that in practice it can't work. (Edit: To make it clear, I always have lots of tests running automatically. ...
A product version, such as v220.127.116.11, represents not only a unique production release of software, but helps identify feature sets and hotfix stages for said product. Right now I see two ways to ...