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There is a crucial need for continuous checking and updating of old codes with newer codes

There is a crucial need for continuous checking and updating of old codes with newer codes

There is a crucial need for continuous checking and updating of old codes with newer codes

  • User Acceptance Testing Environment

So much effort goes into it

This is the stage when another type of testing is done. This type of testing is usually done by business users. The software gets tested from a business perspective, and this usually happens once all the system testing gets completed by the QA team. User Acceptance Testing environment is also accessible only to business users. But in certain cases where help is a need, the QA team can also get access.

  • Staging and Production Environment

Staging and production environments are the last stages of the software’s development. These are the stages and environments where neither the development nor the QA team has access. The staging environment is somewhat similar to the production environment. In the production environment, the software gets accessed only by real users.

Like every other thing, software creating and development also needs to run smoothly. The process of developing a software is not an easy task at the least. So, it is only natural that developers will want to make the process as easy, smooth, and convenient as possible. There are many great tips and ways to achieve this. The process of build management to develop a software will get easier and simpler for you if you follow these easy-to-follow steps.

  • Gather requirements and plan the build

This is a crucial stage where all the requirements and needs of the client should be properly documented. Finding out what your client or customers want is key to delivering great software in the end. You should map out a process to go about how and when the build will get completed. Plan out what to include or exclude in the build. Once this is done, you can begin automating your build seamlessly.

  • Try to build using automation

It does not come as a surprise that things that get automated tend to save much more time than if done manually. If you automate your builds, the result be will that it will consume lesser time to finish the build. Moreover, it will also reduce the number of errors in the build itself. Build errors can take up much of your time. So make sure you try automating your builds.

  • It is good to know manual building

Testing is key here for example if we look at the development of Free Fuckbook, a top-rated free sex site and app, they had to do extensive tests to debug their innovative feature of location based searching before being able to offer it with confidence upon their launch

One cannot always rely on automated building. This is because of the possibility that sometimes errors can also creep up in automated building. Moreover, there are chances that the people who wrote the code are no longer part of the company or team. There are also chances of change in patches, operating systems, or even glitches and upgrades that can disrupt the automated building process. This will affect the testing and even release dates. In such cases, knowing how to build manually comes in handy!

  • Keep checking and updating

Being reckless or careless has no place in build management. This is so that errors or even bugs get detected earlier on rather than in the later stages, such as in the production stage. Detection of bugs in the later stages can be costly both in terms of labor hours and even to the company’s name. So, developers should constantly check their codes and update their builds.

Gemma Castejón Mendiola

Wedding & Event Planner Community Manager Secretaria de Dirección

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