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2answers
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How to effectively share projects with other developers

I'm thinking of working with some other people on a c++ or java project. Usually for small projects, we collaborate mostly through emailing source code files back and forth, but on a larger scale, it ...
3
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1answer
231 views

What's a typical team size using a Git repo?

We've been using Git as our version control but as the team grows, there are more and more pains when it comes to getting all our changes onto a single branch ready for a deployment. I'm wondering ...
7
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5answers
398 views

How to manage the task of reviewing localized strings by a non-developer?

In .NET Framework, localized strings are located in an XML file (or multiple files). Those files are part of the project and are committed to the source control as any other source code file. Usually, ...
5
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6answers
3k views

What is the most basic and simple platform for collaborative development (PHP project)? [closed]

I need to work with 4-5 programmers on a fairly average PHP application using codeigniter. We're in 5 different locations in one city, and all of the programmers are all not too well educated and I'm ...
0
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2answers
348 views

Open Source Development - Tools for Collaboration [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: I want to start an open source project. Where's the best place to host it? Currently i am into kernel development for about one year and the time has come to release ...
8
votes
5answers
312 views

How do I check that my tests were not removed by other developers?

I've just came across an interesting collaborative coding issue at work. I've written some unit/functional/integration tests and implemented new functionality into application that's got ~20 ...
8
votes
11answers
556 views

Should my colleagues review each others code from source control system?

So that's my story: one of my colleagues uses to review all the code, hosted to revision system. I'm not speaking about adequate review of changes in parts that he belongs to. He watches the code file ...