Continuous Delivery

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Continuous Delivery

The practice of developing software in short, repeated release cycles with the intent to consistently raise its quality, performance or utility—rather than wait for the next major edition of the software before making fixes or improvements. (This is sometimes used interchangeably or in conjunction with ‘continuous improvement.’)

“We always want our customers to have the best, most current version of our app possible, so instead of doing a quarterly update, we practice continuous delivery.”


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