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Hi Brent,
Does book cover sample project to understand GitHub and CI/CD integration?
Developing CI/CD pipeline is generally done by Dev-Ops.
How easy is to use Github-CI/CD pipeline for hobby projects?
 
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Hi - thanks for the question.  Yes the book covers sample workflows and more detailed examples that can be used for CI/CD integration. CI/CD is one of the main uses of Actions. There are starter workflows that you can pick from to get up and running quickly.  Just click on the "Actions" tab in your repository and pick from the CI/CD category of starter workflows.  There are also some examples in the last chapter of converting from popular CI/CD applications like Jenkins, Travis CI, Azure DevOps and more.  So it's very easy to get going in my opinion.
 
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