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  • by grantm (164) on 2004.02.20 20:26 (#28652) Homepage Journal

    On my current project we have an automated background process running the full test suite every couple of hours. If the tests pass, the code is tagged and checked out onto the staging server which is the first time the client gets to see/play with it. If anyone breaks the build, then no code gets promoted to staging. There's always at least one of us with some new code we want in front of the client so if the stick needs to be waved, we take it in turns to wave it.