Continuous Integration (CI) is a process that allows developers to integrate, in a repository share by the entire team, code developed by himself, at least once a day. At an Utopian Universe, those integrations should happen several times each day, basically every time some code is “pushed” into the repository. This action will trigger the automated process.
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WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress.
WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other.
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The pair programming process is a work methodology advocated by eXtreme Programming (XP). As the name implies, each programming unit consists of two developers on a single computer. We may incur in the wrong thought that it is a waste of human capacity, since there are two elements to accomplish one’s tasks. However this thought could not be further from reality.
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Are you one of those developers that use to write code in some sort of cypher, whose only you understands, afraid of being ripped off of your code or seeing your job terminated?
Hopefully you will read this through because I have bad news to you.
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