Hmm. That’s a slightly tricky one to answer. I think that serverless will move to having a development environment primarily in the cloud (which developers don’t spend their entire development time working entirely connected anyway?) and I think that will mean that they will work separately from their peers. However, there still needs to be merged work, so there will still need to be Continuous Integration from multiple work streams into a single stream to be able to check whether a developer’s work is actually valid for production (again cloud based) which then leads to a Continuous Delivery requirement. So multiple cloud development environments, to single shared staging environment(s) to some delivery pipeline would be my expectation of the shift.

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