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Working with TDD Bitbucket and continues integration

 
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Hi all,

I am working at the moment with Netbeans, TDD, Java and BitBucket. I just modified code and when there is any significative improvement I push it into BitBucket repo. I would like to add continues integration to the set of tools like Jenkins. I am new in the concept. Could it add some extra benefit? Why developers like to use it?
Or in other words which is the core benefit of it?

Regards, Isaac
 
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The main benefit of continuous integration is that you have a system that is dedicated to testing your build, and warning all developers when a build doesn't pass unit tests. Sometimes developers may forget to test the build when they integrate their work, which may hamper the development process for other developers. Continuous integration aims to detect these breaks early.

For a one-man project, using CI probably isn't very useful, although you can go with one anyway, to get used to working with it for future projects with larger teams.
 
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When working with TDD testing should be a problem, isnt it?

Because it is already tested when implemented
 
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I don't understand what you mean.
 
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