The Path to Build Happiness

In a healthy DevOps culture, everyone is a part of the release process, but for builds, that’s not always the case. Sometimes the developers own it; sometimes the Ops team owns it; in many organizations, no one owns it. Because of this, engineers (myself included) have grown complacent with inefficient builds. But we can change that.

In this session, I’ll show how to follow these tool agnostic steps to achieve build happiness:

* Measure your builds.
* Analyze the data to see how developers and CI systems are running builds.
* Improve build processes using build automation tooling.
* Optimize builds with incrementalization and/or parallelization.
* Iterate to maintain build happiness.

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how they build applications and the pains the engineers face in their organization.

Lernziele

In this session, I’ll show how to follow these tool agnostic steps to achieve build happiness:
* Measure your builds.
* Analyze the data to see how developers and CI systems are running builds.
* Improve build processes using build automation tooling.
* Optimize builds with incrementalization and/or parallelization.
* Iterate to maintain build happiness.

 

Speaker

 

Jennifer Strater
Jennifer Strater is a developer advocate for Gradle. She is the owner of the Groovy Community slack and a contributor to various Open Source projects including Spring REST Docs, Codenarc, Groovy, and Gradle.

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