The c-house at Linköping University. ‘LIU im herbst by deruneinholbare, on Flickr.’
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I spent last Friday in Linköping. It has been almost 12 years since I was there the last time. This time I came for two reasons:
- To start working with a client on a new project which takes configuration management to a new and interesting level…
- To give a lecture on configuration management and the configuration manager role at Linköping University for students at the Master’s level.
Configuration management is more, not less important for agile software development.
Quite nice article, but I did not understand the ideas you made in the first sentence. Could you please explain it again? Thanks Frank
What\’s not to understand about that comment?
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