Do you really need Continuous software development and why should you adopt it right now?
You know the situation when you have a great idea for a software product, you have the people for the job, they have the skills to build the product but still you find that there’s something missing in order for the development process to go smoothly and without disruptions? We do, too…
In this article, we’ll share with you how we managed to overcome those disruption by taking a turn in the right direction by starting to practice continuous software development as an everyday routine.
Continuous software development is an umbrella term that consists of three practices: Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment. It emerged as an approach in the early 90’s from the need to develop software products faster and with more value for the end user, opposing the practice of offering new features and updates to a software product on a yearly basis.