Let's Get Back to Coding! 5 Approaches to Solving Pipeline Bottlenecks

On an average day, the typical developer writes approximately 100 lines of code. That's not an especially high number, given that the typical phone app contains 50,000 lines of code. It takes many, many developer-days to write an application—let alone maintain it on an ongoing basis—if programmers only churn a few hundred lines of code per week.

That's why development teams must be constantly on the lookout for ways to accelerate code production. First, they need to identify bottlenecks that slow the development of software. Then they should find tools and processes that can mitigate the challenges of continuously writing and deploying applications.

In this eBook you'll discover:

  • How to improve your software delivery velocity, to improve your CI pipelines

  • Top developer pain points around CI pipelines

  • How to improve developer efficiency to enable innovation and value creation

Download the eBook now to improve your software delivery velocity and developer efficiency!

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