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Go for it - Jenkins is an awesome choice for CI server, is easy to set up and work with. It doesn't take much server resource either. What CI gives you is a computerised 'build person' who can take your code from a repository and build it without your assistance. If you quit or get hit by a bus, this means that your code will still be usable without ...


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I think it's an excellent mechanism to use. You're going to be able to confirm that your own builds (if no-one else's) will work in an isolated, reproducible environment. It'll check if you forget to commit work in your SCM system, and that the builds and tests all work in a controlled environment, independent of your personal environment. If your tests take ...



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