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We have examined many useful practices throughout the book. Here is a quick overview if you are considering your own implementation.
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Devising the process is a crucial step to implementing a delivery process. It is easy to get lost in the maze of possibilities and lose sight of the actual objective. Sell the initiative. As we explained, it is difficult to describe the benefits in a way that management will accept. Additionally, it may be difficult to keep the notion of good delivery processes at the forefront of a development team s collective mind when, after all, there is the business of development to be getting on with. Design to Deliver, which describes both the mechanics of the process and its consequences, will go a long way to solving both management and developer buy-in issues. Quantify the effects. A crucial part of the delivery of any practice is the ability to quantify the consequences. In the case of delivery processes, an automated build is unlikely to increase the speed of delivery (though it is possible), but it will produce an increase in quality of delivery and less risk through a fixed process. The deploy process automates some manual tasks and checks in a way that is obvious to the development team.
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CHAPTER 10 CLOSING THOUGHTS
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Steer clear of implementation detail. There are numerous ways to implement many of the details of the processes we have defined. There can also be a variety of issues and barriers to implementation. Trying to swallow all of these whole can be too much. Create the notion of the process and its aims, and then move to complete implementation of each part separately. Start small. In s 4 through 6 we started small, with a simple application, to prove the concept and illustrate the implementation, and to draw out any issues. We then moved on to more complicated scenarios, proving that they too could be delivered in the same way. As these successes flourished, we also became more aware of the overall problems and context. Continuous integration is for all. Although CI is part of the toolkit employed and advocated by agile teams, it provides the same benefits for teams working in a more structured way. In a waterfall, or similar, approach, CI may not be used or contextualized in the same way as in an agile process, but the gains are similar, if not the same, in both quality and speed. Keep in mind that CCNet can run on a scheduled basis if you really do not want continuous integration processes.
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We implemented some standards in 5 to ease the integration effort for a solution into the delivery processes: Small steps. The problem with creating standards is that development teams can quickly become tired of standard edicts, and you have to be quite sure that the standards will hold. Even with the best of intentions, the credibility of the whole effort could be jeopardized by poor or misguided standards. Consider the impact. Bear in mind the impact of a standard on any legacy applications. How much work will be involved to ensure compliance throughout all applications What consequences would a change in the standard have Consider supporting standards. Standards are not just about those directly involved in the delivery processes. In 1 we considered such factors as configuration management and source control management. These standards are worthwhile without delivery processes, but they certainly underpin the delivery processes and will form a large part of the success of the processes.
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NAnt has been a real workhorse for us, taking the strain of almost all of the processes we have put in place. Here are some things to consider: Know the tool. This practically goes without saying, but it is crucial to understand what the tool offers as well as what it does not offer. Understanding where it will be in a few months is also very important. It can be easy to sink a lot of effort into solving one problem that can be solved very simply another way. With an open source tool such as NAnt, sometimes the best way to understand its behavior is to crack open the code and figure it out.
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