Using Pull Requests to Drive Continuous Delivery
Ike DeLorenzo
Published 05/19/16

Continuous delivery at its best is about delivering -- in very short cycles --usable software to each stage of the development pipeline, and striving for the end-goal of frequent high-quality production deployments. By running pull request code in disposable environments, in conjunction with CI, the broader team can make decisions based on working software at every stage: from vetting features to internal stake holders, to testing integrated features in staging, to the joy of a public announcement. We will talk about some new technologies that enable such continuous delivery, with a demonstration of how teams at Heroku use pull requests to deliver features, fixes, and products software at high speed and quality.

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