Continuous Integration & Deployment ---> Expensive Hammer
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- Continuous Integration & Deployment ---> Expensive Hammer, Not all nails need it!
- CI and CD has saved our bacon by making our contractors a lot more productive. All the infrastructure is in-place, they just jump-in and enjoy those benefits. All the test infrastructure is provided to them out of the box. Now if you're a contractor, it's absurd for a contractor to install your own expensive Continuous Integration and Deployment. The overhead and cost is prohibitive. The business that hires you should be the one who evaluates whether or not they should implementing CI/CD. It doesn't make sense to setup all this overhead for just a 90 day project. Now I admit, our contractors are contributing to a multiyear enterprise product. Not a 90 day project one-off app.
- Helpful litmus test questions (non-definitive):
- 0. Does shipping every 2 weeks net's new sales?
- 1. Are you in an organization with +20 engineers developing a single product?
- 2. Product guaranteed going to live more than 3 months?
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