Structuring your codebase without the build pipeline in mind may lead to a situation where your changes force rebuilding things that don't really need to be rebuilt. In this talk I'll go through different scenarios that create this effect, showing ways in which the situation can be fixed.
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Abraham Marin-Perez is a Java programmer and enthusiastic agilist. Abraham's main focus is finding out what maximises a team's capacity to deliver in the long term, looking at the technical aspects (like fully automated CI/CD) to the psychological ones (like matching personality types), and then everything in between.