Luiza Pagliari (my colleague at Thoughtworks Brazil) and I, Paulo caroli, will be giving a talk on the history of Continuous Integration and CruiseControl at the 2010 FISL conference (International Free Software Forum) held in Brazil.
Caio Kinzel, another colleague at Thoughtworks Brazil, have shared a blog entry with me that I find really useful. It is the Continuous Integration Maturity Model created at last year’s CITCON (Continuous Integration and Testing Conference).
My friend and co-worker Patrick Kua have presented a similar topic in the XP 2009 conference: XP2009 – Climbing the Dreyfus Ladder of Agile Practices.
I am not sure I will use these for the session to be presented at the FISL conference. But these models are definitely helpful for Agile teams to understand the Continuous Integration adoption path.