Feature Branching is Evil (w/SocratesBE)
mer. 19 septembre à 18:30
Dear Craftsmen, DevOps, and friends, In cooperation with Socrates BE ( https://www.meetup.com/socratesbe/ ), Wemanity has the pleasure of welcoming Thierry de Pauw. Thierry is a Continuous Delivery coach and Lean and XP Software Engineer with a high affinity for operations. He is a jack-of-all-trades with a passion to help teams create meaningful software, having a keen eye for code quality and the software delivery process, from customer interaction to continuous delivery. Instead of balancing quality & delivery, he believes and practices that better quality is actually a way to more and better deliveries. Feature branching is again gaining in popularity due to the rise of Distributed Version Control Systems. Although branch creation became very easy, it comes at a certain cost. Long living branches break the flow of the software delivery process impacting throughput and stability. This session explores some of the reasons teams are using feature branches for, what problems are introduced by using feature branches and what techniques exist to avoid them all together. In conclusion, it explores what exactly is evil about feature branching. Which is not necessarily the problems they introduce. But rather the real reasons teams are using them for. The key takeaway is an appreciation of a different branching strategy and how it relates to Continuous Integration. The target audience is anyone using version control systems in a Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery context. A sharing session will take place afterward with pizzas and a few beers to discuss and share :-) Hope to see you there! The Wemanity Team
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