back to article They're climbing through the Windows: CircleCI goes native on Microsoft's OS

Fresh from slurping $56m in series D funding, devops outfit CircleCI has brought its CI/CD tooling to Microsoft Windows. The move recognises that there is a world beyond Linux, Docker and macOS (at least as far as CircleCI is concerned) and with an awful lot of developers building on Microsoft's OS, there's gold in them there …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Azure DevOps

    ...CI/CD pipelines are utterly wank. That is all.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    This article could be so much better

    If somewhere near the beginning you stated what CI/CD means. Without that the article is pretty much meaningless.

    1. Tom 38 Silver badge

      Re: This article could be so much better

      Its an article on CI... It's as if it was an article on SQL Server and you're asking to define the term "table".

      In the time it took you to write that, and for me to write this reply, I've run the google search "CI/CD" 123472342738 times. Guess what it says?!

      CI - Continuous Integration - run tests when you make changes

      CD - Continuous De{ployment,livery} - deploy/release software when your changes are accepted

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