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Illustrating and Visualizing Continuous Delivery

06.21.2014
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Nhan Ngo, a QA engineer at Spotify, made a series of illustrations about visualizing Continuous Delivery that are available under a Creative Commons license. She's done an amazing job at making a concept easy to visualize that many are unable to understand even after a great deal of educating. Also, it's just too damn cute--that certainly helps to keep you entertained, which is not something we can always say about infographics and articles that attempt to tackle Continuous Delivery. Enjoy these amusing illustrations, and make sure you share and repost them.

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