Continuous Integration Questions 2023

This is the set of 40 questions on Continuous Integration. What is Continuous Integration? here we go

Continuous Integration refers to the build and unit testing stages of the software release process. Every revision that is committed triggers an automated build and test. With continuous delivery, code changes are automatically built, tested, and prepared for a release to production.
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1. The time taken to fix a broken build is measured using_____________.
Ans: Build repair rate

2. _____________is a .Net build tool.
Ans: NAnt

3. Pipeline break and build break are one and the same.
Ans: False

4. The capability of your build system to handle an increase in the amount of code that it integrates and analyzes is known as_____________.
Ans: Build scalability

5. The complexity of a code is determined based on_____________.
Ans: Cyclomatic Complexity Number

6. _____________is a measure of incoming dependencies.
Ans: Apparent Coupling

7. Private builds are executed after moving the changes to version control.
Ans: False

8. Build can be triggered by a version control tool.
Ans: True

9. Release builds can be triggered _____________.
Ans: On-demand

10. is a continuous integration server.
Ans: Maven

11. Jabber is a :
Ans: Messaging plugin

12. Staged builds include _____________.
Ans: Secondary builds

13. The trunk is also known as_____________.
Ans: Mainline

14. The practice of developers integrating changes directly in the feature or work branches and committing the changes at the end to the mainline is known as _____________.
Ans: Continuous Integration

15. Faster feedback can be received by_____________.
Ans: Staging builds

16. Committing a code change, when the inspection fails, is perfectly fine as the code logic is working fine anyway.
Ans: False

17. Build can be triggered by a version control tool.
Ans: True

18. A control flow graph is used to calculate _.
Ans: Cyclomatic Complexity

19. CI pipeline consists of_____________.
Ans: Artifacts

20. Which of the tools is not used for establishing a pipeline workflow?
Ans: TeamCity

21. Arrange in order-

Ans: A. Running Unit Test B.Running Static Code Check C.Check for Code Coverage D. Build Package

22. Git, Mercurial, and Subversion are centralized version control tools.
Ans: False

23. How are component dependencies injected into a workflow?
Ans: Build the package first and then perform the remaining tasks

24. Staged builds include _____________
Ans: Commit builds

25. CI servers use the _ expression to poll for changes.

26. Efferent Coupling is a measure of.
Ans: Outgoing dependencies

27. TeamCity is a_____________
Ans: Build Tool

28. A component test is executed as part of _____________
Ans: Integration Build

29. CCMetrics is used to identify _____________
Ans: Code Complexity

30. Code changes can be hidden, enabled, or disabled using _.
Ans: Feature Toggles

31. Feature branching is used to____.
Ans:Work on user stories

32. Release branches are created for resolving merge conflicts.
Ans: False

33. Which is NOT a benefit of CI ?
Ans:Bugs and defects no longer occur

34. Activities that are part of continuous integration.
Ans: All of the Options

35. Which is not a CI practice ?
Ans: Deploy to production

36. Which is NOT true about continuous integration ?
Ans: Involves moving code in large amounts

37. Work Branch is also known as_.
Ans: Codeline

38. Git is a _ version control system.
Ans: Distributed

39. Does CI pipeline need to have all the software development functionalities integrated in place ?
Ans: False

40. Capablility of your build system to handle an increase in the amount of code that it integrates and analyzes is known as .
Ans: Build scalability

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