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Ci (Continuous Integration)

Continuous Integration is a development practice that involves regularly integrating code changes from multiple developers into a shared repository. It helps detect integration issues early, improve code quality, and enable fast and automated testing and deployment.

Example: In a software development team practicing CI, each developer commits their code changes to a shared repository multiple times a day. The CI server then automatically builds and tests the code to ensure it doesn't introduce any conflicts or break existing functionality.

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Ci (Continuous Integration)

Continuous Integration is a development practice that involves regularly integrating code changes from multiple developers into a shared repository. It helps detect integration issues early, improve code quality, and enable fast and automated testing and deployment.

Example: In a software development team practicing CI, each developer commits their code changes to a shared repository multiple times a day. The CI server then automatically builds and tests the code to ensure it doesn't introduce any conflicts or break existing functionality.

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