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I've been the lonely programmer in my work for quite a long time. Usually I've read articles and posts about
- Version Control Systems
- Continuous Integration/Delivery
- Development methodologies: Scrum, Waterfall, V-Model, Agile, XP, etc.
- Software Project Management
But almost all of them seem to be focused on TEAMS. I'm not a team, so what would be the absolutely minimum set of practices for just one programmer? Consider the following conditions:
- I don't have conflicts with other's people code.
- I don't need to maintain files/directory trees, my developement environment cares about versioning by itself (image-based development).
- There are no formal requirements, my users don't know what they want and they're are ok with that.
- The only one which could be interested in delivering a release or documentation it's me, basically customer want RESULTS and doesn't care about software methodologies, etc
My view is that I don't want to spend (too much) time and energy in anything not directly related with the customer requirements. Any recommendations?