Continuous Delivery and Agile methodologies tend to focus on product value which manifests itself in discrete end-user features. However, for data-heavy software applications - such as those using ETL - functionality value is typically bound up with delivering a large data set against which the application can operate.
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Continuous Delivery with ETL Systems
I've been a Rubyist for 6 years in London, Prague, and Brussels. I've built technical teams and custom software in sectors from financial services to voluntary sector. Now I'm tech lead at Lonely Planet where we're cr
Pete has been working at Dr Foster for 5 years. He currently works at Dr Foster Intelligence as the Chief Information Officer where he has introduced and embedded the use of continuous Integration Agile Development Practices.