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Continuous Integration Anti-patterns

 
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I'm Carmine, a researcher at the University of Zurich interested in supporting developers while using Continuous Integration pipelines.

Preliminary results in our experiment show that developers frequently relax CI principles, such as fixing the build with a dirty hack or by commenting out a test, to pass the build again. I want to understand whether a better awareness about deviations from true CI principles can support a proper handling.

I would really appreciate if you could find the time to fill out the following survey to help me in my research: https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4485492/CI-Anti-Pattern-Detection.

It usually takes 12 minutes (14 minutes at maximum). As an additional encouragement, we will also raffle off two 50$ gift vouchers among all participants that complete the survey.

If you have questions, please comment on this post.

Thank you for your time!
 
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dirty hacks...
 
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Good luck with your study. You've clearly put lots of thought into this so I've tagged multiple forums with it.
 
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