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Continuous Delivery versus Frequent Releases

Continuous delivery and more traditional versioned releases are close, but a little different. In this post I dig into some of the practical details and issues that different between the approaches. There is no rocket science in this post – just summarizing knowledge gained from practical experience. Continuous Delivery In continuous delivery, the idea is […]

Continuous Delivery with Maven

Maven is not perfect, but it is very useful for its version dependency support when compiling Java programs. You specify the version of a jar file you want, and it will download the version from a repository and all transient dependencies as well. This encourages breaking a project up into smaller jar files, which can […]