With 63% of organizations seeing an improvement in the quality of their software deployment through utilizing DevOps, it’s no surprise that DevOps continues to grow as a method for developing software. There are a wide range of tools to learn and adopt that assist in executing various software development practices such as, Continuous Integration, Collaboration, etc. But where should you start with so many options to choose from?
We collected our best practices for choosing DevOps tools and broke them down into several steps:
Minimizing the cycle time of your team’s pull requests can reduce merge conflicts, improve the quality of code reviews, and ensure code is in a deliverable state when deadlines are approaching.
As a reviewer, constantly refreshing the list of open pull requests and searching for them requiring further actions by you can be time consuming. Finding the most urgent of these is even more frustrating, if not impossible.
As the author of a pull request, you should not need to repeatedly check if the pull request is approved and ready to merge — or if it requires some other action…