New release cycle

Since writing this post, we took our release cycle even further. We now release multiple times per day using an automated CI/CD process.

As you probably noticed, we have been releasing a new version of once every month pretty much since we launched last year. From today we will change our release cycle to release every time we have a new feature or bug request implemented and tested. This way you will get the new stuff way faster than you do today.

This also means that we will stop posting the monthly changelog of new features and bug fixes. No one really wants a ping every time we fix a bug but from today, we will start writing individual blog posts, when we launch new features that we believe you will find interesting. Expect a new post about our new alpha release of the Visual Studio extension coming up.

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