The main reason why most so-called SCM tools are not really SCM tools is because they don’t support managing software configurations. Making software is more than writing source code and converting them into executable code and data models for databases. … Continue reading
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Continuous Integration is an widely accepted approach in software development. Martin Fowler describes has written een great article about it. However, for a large project it does not work. I will explain why not. Suppose that we have a big … Continue reading
Somehow my blog editor Performancing managed to publish my blog instead of making it draft. I am sorry for the incomplete blog entry. I have removed it.