Continuous Deployment in Perl: Code & Folks
pre-reviewed version, published in a Perl issue in the Software Developer's Journal (May 2012 issue)
This article was written together with my friend Pierre-Antoine Queloz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Continuous Integration is the tactic of decreasing the latency between the implementation of a new piece of code and its integration in the overall project. It is the backbone of Continuous Deployment that is often defined as releasing software very frequently in order to satisfy customer needs and get their feedback as soon as possible. Both have shown their benefits and play an important role in the success of the current Agile software development trend.