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Why Is Continuous Integration Important?

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Two important reasons:

Defects found early cost less to fix : When a defect is found immediately after a developer codes it, it takes 10x times less time to fix it compared to finding the defect a month later.

Reduced Time to Market : Software is always tested. So, it is always ready to move to further environments.

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