My first commit in my project resulted in the nightly build being broken and people are all over me as we are nearing the release. I want to send an apology email that should sound sincere and at the ...
I have a little program that I wrote for a local group to handle a somewhat complicated scheduling issue for scheduling multiple meetings in multiple locations that change weekly according to certain ...
I manage an open source PHP/MySQL web application used by a few K-12 schools and some colleges. I'm also the project's only developer. While it used to be little more than a source download of an ...
I want to release an audio fingerprinting software project under a free license, but the repository contains copyrighted audio files. The test cases also currently use these files. How do I release ...
At the delivery of every version of software we have to write a release note. For example, here are some of the terms I add when I write a release note: Release Date Bug Solved Is that enough, or ...
A typical solution is to have a CI (Continuous Integration) build running on a build server: It will analyze the source code, make build (in debug) and run tests, measure test coverage, etc. Now, ...
I was wondering how big companies of software developers check for bugs in their programs. Do they just test it on several computers?
we have a cross-platform middleware product which we typically end up customizing/bug fixing on a per client basis. In some cases, providing updates as often as once/twice per week. We have a lot of ...
I am looking for a good release notes template. Possibly in a plain text or HTML form. What do you guy use? EDIT: I forgot to mention that these notes will be used internally in our company for other ...
When should a project be released to alpha, beta and to the public? Is it a good idea to extend the alpha and beta phases when it is needed? When in a later phase (eg. beta), is it wise to go back ...