Kevlin Henney, editor/author of 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know, discusses the book and the programming process. He talks about how he compiled the essays for the book and lists some of the items he found most surprising and thought provoking. He also assesses the issues related to programmer training, including some of the things not taught in school.
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By Christian Heilmann
Timothy Fitz believes that it is best to use the concept of Continuous Deployment in software development. He thinks that by deploying small changes constantly, problems will appear quicker and can be solved more easily. He joins Phil and Scott to discuss the topic and how he is using it in the real world.
In addition, he also talks about the concept of Lean Startup and how it relates to Continuous Deployment. He cites a number of examples of the two ideas and discusses related work being done by others.