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I wouldn't exactly calculate it like that. It doesn't necessarily mean that the actual verification time for a changeset is decreasing that much. The verification process itself can be (and often is these days) a processing pipeline in which the average/effective verification time per changeset can, indeed, decrease to insanely small amounts. For example ...


From code repository to any environment, as a running software would be "Time to Deploy" ( which is different from deployment time, btw ). From code repository all the way to production environment, the best aproximation is time to market (TTM), taking aside that time to market does involve the conceptual design of a product. But as you said you are ...

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