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Last year, CircleCI Founder, Paul Biggar, joined forces with the Edith Harbaugh, CEO of LaunchDarkly to create To Be Continuous, a show about Continuous Delivery and software development. Catch up with episodes 12, 13, 14, and 15 below, and follow the playlist on Soundcloud to be notified of new ones.

Episode 12: Paul and Edith talk about the clash in OSS between developers looking to get paid and software companies looking for things for free.

Episode 13: Edith goes it alone with Angel Investor Jocelyn Goldfein. Jocelyn and Edith have a great conversation about Continuous Delivery through the lens of Jocelyn’s experiences at Facebook and VMware.

Episode 14: Edith and Paul discuss a blog post by Edith in ReadWrite. In the article, Edith asserts that you should all kill your staging servers.

Episode 15: Edith and Paul talk about the history and shifting definition of SaaS, some of the last Continuous Delivery holdouts in tech, and the need for early customers to know there’s a person behind your software.

We hope you enjoy the show, and we’d love to hear comments, questions, or suggestions for future episodes. For more on Continuous Delivery and to find out about new episodes you can follow the show on Twitter at @continuouscast.