Why Reducing Your Project’s Build Time Matters

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As developers, one of our primary tasks is waiting. We wait for our code to compile, our tests to run, to verify our work, we wait for our application to deploy and load, and to navigate to the page we are changing.

I have joined many teams that were either stuck with or content with a lot of waiting. Often, I found that these wait times very fixable and I was able to make…

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Senior Software Developer and occasional Scrum Master. Writing about the less technical parts of being a developer.

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Senior Software Developer and occasional Scrum Master. Writing about the less technical parts of being a developer.

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