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Continuous Integration of a Dockerized Rails Application

If you’ve ever worked with continuous integration then you know it’s a valuable tool. Having a CI server run your test suite after each push to a branch is great for discovering integration bugs and for building team confidence. Maintaining a traditional CI server, however, can be a pain. It’s close to, but not quite, a production environment, and it is not a development environment. Instead it’s a nuanced version of both. That difference inevitably leads to someone saying “tests passed on my machine, not sure why they are failing in CI.” If you don’t want to hear those words then I suggest you…

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