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Results for: Continuous Integration

Kick the Buckets 3

Posted by Andy Campbell,

OK, quick follow up to last post. Having a parameterized build is great, but it presents us with one problem. I can guarantee you I will pretty much never click the button to kick off builds manually for other parameters.... read more >>

Buckets of Builds 2

Posted by Andy Campbell,

Buckets. Sometimes it rains buckets. Other times we are challenged with ice buckets. When it comes to my code, tests, and development process, I want to put it all in buckets. One bucket for tests that are crucial to my iterative workflow. One bucket for tests that are less crucial... read more >>

Reporting for Duty 2

Posted by Andy Campbell,

Hello all! I was reading up on Guy's blog the other day and remembered his great post showing a Simulink Test workflow with Jenkins and GitLab. One thing I thought was cool in his musings was how he set it up to store the results so that you didn't need... read more >>

Git to the Lab! 7

Posted by Andy Campbell,

Hello everyone, for this post, I'd like to introduce Mariano Lizarraga Fernandez as a guest blogger. He has a great story to share where he demonstrates a nicely tuned workflow between a Jenkins server and and a GitLab repository. Take it away Mariano!... read more >>

We’ve Got You Covered 9

Posted by Andy Campbell,

Coverage. It's all good. Health care coverage is good. Cell phone coverage is good. Even cloud coverage can provide a nice break from the intensity of the sun's rays sometimes. It should come then as no surprise that good code coverage also gives us that nice warm fuzzy feeling, like... read more >>

Passing the Test 5

Posted by Andy Campbell,

Last time we saw that the new version 13 YAML output can provide a richer CI system experience because the diagnostics are in a standard structured format that can be read by a machine (the CI system) and presented to a human (you) much more cleanly.... read more >>

Turn on the YAML Channel! 11

Posted by Andy Campbell,

Diagnostics. They are the secret sauce of an effective test framework and we certainly take our job seriously at providing diagnostics that are not a little too hot or a little too cold, but juuuuusssst the right information to present, especially when encountering a failure. The reason this is so... read more >>