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Combining Continuous Delivery Practices with Maven and Jenkins

Earlier this October, I was given the privilege of speaking at JavaOne regarding the fusion of contemporary Continuous Delivery processes and practices with the established and widely-accepted Maven release process. I spoke in detail about the similarities as well as the main differences, and how these techniques and methodologies can be combined to deliver iterations and releases that highlight the need for immediate and ongoing customer feedback, while also satisfying the need for carefully-tested and quality-checked product versions.



The audio and corresponding slideshow can be found here. You can either listen to the presentation online, or download it.

If you wish to review the slideshow presentation separately or study it in detail, you can download the file right here.

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