Reproducible Builds with Bazel

Published 8 Dec 2020 - 1 min read

Last week I wrote an article for covering how to achieve reproducible builds with Bazel.

In particular, I explain why when you run two builds with the same source code and the same commit but on two different machines, you may get different results. I go through the concepts of hermeticity and reproducibility, what they bring to the table and how this can be done in Bazel while developing a simple Python Flask application.

You can find the full article here: Reproducible Builds with Bazel.

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