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Slides for the CI Tutorial delivered at STPcon 2009.

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    Core Principles Of Ci Core Principles Of Ci Presentation Transcript

    • Core Principles of CI STPcon 1
    • Intro 2
    • Who Am I? • Principal of OpenSource Connections • Contributer to CruiseControl and Continuum CI projects • Member of Apache Software Foundation • Presenter at conferences (OSCON, ApacheCON, jTDS, ExpoQA, STPcon) • Fascinated by the art of software development 3
    • Author 4
    • Father 5
    • Agilista 6
    • Schedule Core Principles of 9 to 10:15 CI Break 15 minutes Hudson to the 10:30 to 11:15 Rescue Agile and CI 11:15 to 12 7
    • Rules of the Road • Cell phones on Silent. • Ask Questions! • Feel free to get up and move around the room. 8
    • What is CI? 9
    • Conceptual 10
    • Definition a fully automated and reproducible build, including testing, that runs many times a day - Martin Fowler http://martinfowler.com/articles/continuousIntegration.html 11
    • Martin Fowler • Coined the term Continuous Integration • Chief Scientist for ThoughtWorks • Speaks and Blogs on software: • http://martinfowler.com/ 12
    • Mapping diagram credit to Brian Di Croce @ http://blog.briandicroce.com/2008/03/17/setting-up-a-continuous- integration-environment-preface/ 13
    • Activity Turn to the person next to you, and see how many non-obvious things you have in common. 14
    • Arm Bands! • Elisabeth Hendrickson is TestObsessed.com • Focuses on Testing in the Agile community • Really great blogger: Specialized Test Management Systems are an Agile Impediment and Adventures with Auto-Generated Tests and RSpec are typical posts 15
    • CI in a nutshell 16
    • Demo 17
    • People 18
    • Version Control Repository 19
    • CI Server 20
    • Build Script • Automated Script is Key! • Needs to be robust and simple 21
    • Feedback Mechanism From: cruisecontrol@opensourceconnections.com ubject: [CruiseControl] agenda_direcciones build 370 fixed S Date: October 7, 2008 2:22:50 PM EDT To: epugh@opensourceconnections.com The build has been fixed. CHANGES ------- New revision 370 detected Revision 370 committed by epugh on 2008-10-07 18:22:03 mysql esta mejor que sqlite  M /branches/ERIC_EXPO_08_DEMO/agenda_direcciones/config/database.yml See http://cruise.opensourceconnections.com:3333/builds/agenda_direcciones/370 for details. 22
    • photo credit to Jay Grieves @ www.bigswingingdeveloper.com 23
    • Aspects of CI 24
    • Source Code Compilation • Eclipse “Export to War” is NOT the solution 25
    • Database Integration • Database is integral to • Don’t require a multi gig your code database file to run tests! • DDL, stored procedures are • Look at techniques like treated as source fixtures or mock objects to reduce database • Involve your DBA in coupling your project • Developers need • DBUnit for Java database sandbox projects! 26
    • Testing with out testing, CI is just a glorified compiler- Eric Pugh • Testing proves the intent of the programmer was met. • Typically provides the “checkability” that James Bach talks about • Multiple Levels of testing 27
    • Inspection • Code Coverage • Code Complexity • Copy’n’pasting • Architectural Standards • Lint Checking • Static Analysis 28
    • Deployment • Turns what is normally a difficult process into a non event... • ant deploy • Simplifies standup new environments 29
    • Documentation 30
    • Feedback • Email • IRC • Devices • Blog Posts • Twitter Notifications • Tray Icons 31
    • So What is the Value? 32
    • Life with out CI • Unstable code, integration is difficult • Many build errors reported • Only one person on the team can build the entire project • Getting “test ready” product is hard • Feedback cycle is long • Same bug keeps coming back Every day is a struggle to be productive 33
    • Life with CI • The build process is simple and repeatable • Elimination of Human Error • Bugs stay fixed! • Feedback cycle is very rapid Every day you know you can produce better software! 34
    • Risk Reduction • What is in the build? • What has changed between builds? • How do I verify functionality? 35
    • Reduce Human Error 36
    • My Ah-hah! moment 37
    • Reduce Repetitive Processes • DRY: Don’t Repeat Yourself • Script Everything! • “ant deploy” 38
    • Make Painful Things Painless! photo credit to Paul Duvall @ http://www.integratebutton.com/ 39
    • Produce Deployable Software • It’s what we are here to do! • Always in a “Demo Ready” state • No last minute administrivia tasks to get the product ready • Installer is built • Documentation is written • Changelog is written 40
    • Enable Project Visibility 41
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    • Increase Project Confidence 43
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    • photo credit to ThoughtWorks 45
    • Facilitate Communication 46
    • photo credit to Eric Pugh @ www.opensourceconnections.com 47
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    • Activity Exquisite corpse (also known as "exquisite cadaver" or "rotating corpse") is a method by which a collection of words or images is collectively assembled, the result being known as the exquisite corpse or cadavre exquis in French. 50
    • What Prevents Teams from Using CI? 51
    • Cultural Challenges 52
    • Fear of Commitment • Developers and Testers need to commit changes frequently! • Incremental small changes make finding integration issues simpler drawing credit to Tom Armitage @ http://infovore.org/archives/2007/03/14/the-continuous-integration- barometer/ 53
    • This isn’t 1984 54
    • Fear of Blame 55
    • • CI needs a champion who acts as the ambassador to the leaders of the organization. • Thought leaders in the organization who can help encourage team to accept the process changes that CI brings • A very successful test case • A greenfield project if possible 56
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    • Structural Challenges 58
    • Testability • Modularity? • Perform code complexity analysis to • Coupling to underlying see if some parts are more amenable to platform? testing. • Requires external services to be up and available for testing? 59
    • Tight Coupling photo credit to Jay Grieves @ www.bigswingingdeveloper.com 60
    • CI Tool Stability Challenges 61
    • Invest in CI Server • The CI system must be as well X maintained as the Source Control system. • The CI system performs builds very ✓ quickly. • Who has responsibility for CI? It’s very important to have a “throat to choke”. • No false alarms. If there are false alarms then the team loses confidence in the CI system. 62
    • Monkey CI photo credit to Eric Pugh @ www.opensourceconnections.com 63
    • When Should You Adopt CI? 64
    • From good CI to great CI! 65
    • 10 minute rule photo credit to Jay Grieves @ www.bigswingingdeveloper.com 66
    • Multi Stage CI • Reduce the amount of integration required • Teams integrate as modules are marked as ready. • Maven2 was built with this in mind! Damon Poole @ http://damonpoole.blogspot.com/2008/01/advanced-multi-stage-continous.html 67
    • Break up Tests • “preflight” or “smoke” tests • longer integration tests • periodic full site generation and report generation 68
    • Predictive Testing • Some commercial tools support predicting which tests will fail based on previous behavior, and running those first! 69
    • Cup of Coffee Metric What happens in the time it takes to get a cup of coffee can tell you a lot about the quality of your continuous integration system. - Paul Julius • Builds shouldn’t take any longer! • Getting a cup of coffee or drink of water breaks up your day • Gives you a chance to review your work • Requires a moduler fast build http://pauljulius.com/blog/2009/09/14/cup-of-coffee-metric-for-continuous-integration/ 70
    • Paul Julius • co-founder of CITCON • Original developer of CruiseControl • Speaks and Blogs on CI extensively • http://pauljulius.com/blog/ 71
    • Virtuous Circle • Metrics are hard to get • Teams (Developers?) rebel against on high management • Need good processes that support and encourage other good processes 72
    • HackyStat 73
    • CI isn’t one specific method 74
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    • What about People? 80
    • CI on a Dollar a Day "From now on, our code in revision control will always build successfully and pass its tests.". - James Shore • Build Computer • Ridiculous Toy • Annoying Bell • Automated Build • Group Agreement http://jamesshore.com/Blog/Continuous-Integration-on-a-Dollar-a-Day.html 81
    • credit to Paul Julius @ http://www.anthillpro.com/blogs/anthillpro-blog/2009/09/11/ enterprise_ci_cultural_maturity.html 82
    • Lots of advanced techniques! credit to Christine Mitterbauer @ Microdoc 83
    • Perils of CI 84
    • Getting too focused on Green Bar Glare of the Green Bar in CI can obscure issues with your product- James Bach 85
    • Making CI the core of too many systems 86
    • Making decisions based on your available tooling 87
    • Selecting a CI System 88
    • Approaches • Big Hand Rolled System • Cloud Based Solution • Completely Hosted 89
    • Hand Rolled System Pros Cons Complete control of Rolling your own can take configuration more work Data and code inside Dealing with disparate firewall platform elements is harder Works with any type of Multiple kinds of projects can system be hard to manage Must provide Sys Admin Cheapest work 90
    • CI Matrix Matrix of differences between CI tools: http://tinyurl.com/39hol7 91
    • Cloud Based Solution Pros Cons Data and Code outside Very Scalable firewall Use CPU resources only Cloud computing still new when needed Deal well with multiple GUI apps hard to test kinds of projects Must provide Sys Admin ? work 92
    • CI in a Box • Amazon EC2 Hosted instance • http://www.ciinabox.com/ 93
    • Hosted Solution Pros Cons Typically limited in language Very Scalable support data and code outside No Sys Admin tasks firewall Pricing is fairly GUI apps hard to test straightforward ? vendors are still new 94
    • RunCodeRun.com 95
    • MikeCI.com 96
    • Where to Next? 97
    • CITCON • Open Spaces Style • Twice a year, US and International • Raleigh-Durham, NC, April 2010 • http://www.citconf.com/ 98
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    • CI Yahoo Group http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/citcon/ 100
    • The Book Continuous Integration: Improving Software Quality and Reducing Risk 101
    • The CI guys http://ci-guys.com/ Free online consulting 102