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Continuous Integration - Challenges and Hacks (sponsored by Bosch)

Imran Abdul Rahiman

Other / New & Noteworthy · Sponsored
Thursday, 10:30, 25 minutes | Seminarräume 5

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Continuous integration (CI) can help reduce assumptions on a project by building software whenever a change occurs in a version-control system. After we decided to use the continuous integration techniques to avoid the assumptions and integration problems, the journey to implementing such system was not very smooth.I would like to share here the challenges and the hacks we have implement to make a reliable CI system. The main challenges started from Ant to SVN to Build System. This talk basically shares some of the hiccups we have faced.

Working as a software architect at Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Limited. Main area of work is to develop IDE for ECU embedded developers.