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Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery

 
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Hi ,
From looking at the syllabus,the book looks like great reference that is pretty relevant.

Does the book have a reference project that it uses as an example or is each chapter
written to be stand alone?
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Paul
 
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Hello Paul,

Thanks for the kind words.

So for many of the chapters I have an example repo either in bitbucket or github to illustrate examples.
The first 4 chapters are meant to be the foundational aspect to elaborate on Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery and Automation, but you don't necessarily have to read the book cover to cover.

You could certainly skip around the book so if you are just interested in Jenkins there is several chapters on Jenkins and likewise for Travis CI and Circle CI.

Jean-Marcel
 
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Thanks Jean-Marcel .
Good luck with the book.
 
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