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Weekly
Releases
By Rob Lambert
@rob_lambert
www.thesocialtester.co.uk

www.newvoicemedia.com
Once upon
a time………..
 There was a development team that
 needed to become more regular
We build
Contact Centers
1 Release

      Every 8
      months
We had a vision
If it hurts. Keep
doing it.

   So we kept doing it.
Why do it?
- Fast moving market
- Major releases are stressful
- Long feedback loop
Hurdles Faced
- Knowing what to build
- Adoption of lean thinking
- Releasing what we built
Enablers
- One version of the product
- The code and cloud is ours
- DevOps
Test Changes
- Everyone tests
- Testing is done at all stages
- Key Stoning
Why we love it
- It’s demanding (in a good way)
- We exceed expectations
- We see our work in use
Discussion.

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Editor's Notes

  1. However, this development team had a vision. A vision of releasing their product weekly. A vision that would push the development team, and the whole company to the edge of their comfort zone. A vision that would see fundamental and far reaching changes not only in the coding and testing, but in the release process, the support process and the sales activities.