CI/CD for Monorepos: Effectively building, testing, and deploying code with monorepos is a comprehensive guidebook for software developers and engineers who want to understand and implement Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) practices in their monorepo-based projects.

The book offers a practical approach to understanding monorepos and how they can be effectively leveraged for large-scale software projects. Monorepos are becoming increasingly popular among developers as they enable a single repository for an entire project, allowing for easy code sharing and maintenance. However, managing a monorepo comes with its own set of challenges, especially when it comes to implementing CI/CD practices.

In this book, the authors delve into the intricacies of implementing CI/CD in monorepos, including setting up testing and deployment pipelines, handling code changes, and effectively scaling the system. The book covers popular tools and techniques such as GitLab, Jenkins, and Travis CI, and offers step-by-step guidance on setting up and configuring these tools for monorepos.

Furthermore, the book provides practical advice on how to effectively manage the monorepo codebase, including strategies for organizing code, handling dependencies, and maintaining consistency across multiple projects. The authors also address common pitfalls and challenges that developers face when working with monorepos and offer practical solutions to overcome them.

Overall, CI/CD for Monorepos is a valuable resource for software developers and engineers looking to improve their development processes, streamline their workflows, and effectively manage large-scale software projects. The book offers a wealth of practical advice and real-world examples, making it an essential read for anyone working with monorepos or interested in implementing CI/CD practices.