Continuous Discussions (#c9d9): Episode 30 Recap – Mobile Apps and Continuous Delivery

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Earlier this morning on #c9d9 we discussed how Mobile CI and CD is different:

  • How consumer expectations and the release process into the App Store affect your CI pipeline?
  • (and also: when will Apple enable developers to support true Continuous Delivery of their mobile apps?)
  • How is testing for mobile different, and how the growth in testing cycles for the different target devices influences your processes, as well as the design of your application?
  • How does your code review changes?
  • What does Mobile have in common with Embedded and IoT development- and what can we learn from these processes to streamline our mobile app delivery?
  • How should your CD pipelines take into consideration both the mobile front end and supporting backend services, and how do you coordinate those pipelines?

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This episode features:

Scott Abate
Scott Abate A certified Agile project management professional with 20+ years of experience managing software development, complex integrations and services engagements. @ScottAbate |
Paul Biggar
Paul Biggar The founder of CircleCI. He previously worked on the Firefox Javascript engine at Mozilla, and is a graduate of YCombinator. He holds a PhD on static analysis of scripting languages from Trinity College in Dublin. @PaulBiggar @CircleCI |



On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:


Episode 31: Dynamic Cloud Environments in Your Build/Test/Deploy Pipeline

Join us on December 15  to discuss best practices for using cloud resources (public, private and hybrid) throughout your delivery pipeline.

This episode will feature:

Jason Skowronski
Jason Skowronski Jason is a Product Manager at Loggly. Their cloud-based tools help dev/ops folks to monitor production systems and troubleshoot problems. @mostlyjason |
Piotr Oktaba
Piotr Oktaba Team leader and developer with more than 8 years experience in CI support for large applications. Blogging about CI, CD, DevOps and Agile. @poktaba |
Roy Osherove
Roy Osherove Roy Is the Author of "Beautiful Builds" and "The Art of Unit Testing". He works as a DevOps process lead and senior testing architect at EMC. @royosherove |


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