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This leads us to the single most important question associated with Continuous Delivery: Does the release candidate have an acceptable level of risk? You need a rapid assessment of the impact to the end-user experience—and immediate insight into whether releasing a particular build could cause palpable damage to the business. The 1 Continuous Testing Platform. A fine portrayal of the characters — Doug Jones A very exciting read — EmProf Murray Gillin Captivating — a fine piece of literature — Dr Brian Lloyd Combining drama, science and historical facts with a mastery of hieroglyphs, made for a gripping read — Dr Vaughan Beck A good yarn indeed.
His characters take us through another adventure that will have you engrossed from the very first chapter while they search for an ancient Mayan prophecy.
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An inventive and exciting storyline keeps you on your toes while you become reacquainted with the team of four — John Morrow I thoroughly enjoyed The Code of the Apocalypse. Martin Cole has cleverly zeroed in on ancient cultural intrigues, which combined with his knowledge of astronomy and modern technology, bring to life exciting stories with mysterious overtones. This stimulated me once again to search the internet to bone up on the history, geography and folk lore.