Kazeem Razaq @K.Razaq / 5:00 PM EDT. August 2, 2022.
Software development is hard. It's even harder to do it in a way that ensures the quality of your code, and yet, it's also important to make sure that you're not spending too much time on getting things right. The software development industry is moving towards more automated processes so that developers don't have to worry about tedious debugging or setting up continuous integration (CI) or continuous delivery (CD). While this may seem like a lot of work now, it will save you time later down the road when bugs start popping up left and right because nothing was properly tested before being deployed on production servers. So what are these terms? And how do they work together?
Continuous integration and continuous delivery, also known as CI/CD, are two of the most important concepts in software development today. But what exactly is CI/CD? And why should you care? In our Ultimate Guide to Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery article, we will walk you through the basics of each process, provide a bunch of resources and tools that will make it easier for you to integrate your team into these processes, and give you advice on how to get started today!