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Continuous delivery with Python

Episode #166, published Thu, Jun 14, 2018, recorded Mon, Jun 11, 2018

We have evolved from, "It builds, ship it!" to continuous integration where every check-in is automatically verified by something like Travis CI. Taking that further, some people are using continuous delivery. This means, once a check-in is validated by the CI system, it's deployed -- automatically.

There are many moving parts in these processes. On this episode, you'll meet Cris Medina who has put together a world class CI/CD system. And he's here to share how he did it and what tools and libraries are involved.

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Cris Medina
Cris Medina
Born and grew up in the Dominican Republic, where I learned programming from my father. I got my BS in Computer Hardware Engineering from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayag├╝ez. Worked over 15 years in the sector with large and medium corps, most of the time in system test engineering. I've built software and hardware test tools, as well as business and end-user apps. Asides from my day job, I run and maintain a few small open source projects.
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