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Set up a company-level nuget repository. (I'm assuming .NET from the terminology you're using, but there are equivalents for almost all language frameworks.) Either build one on your own server, or use a service like myget, or simply use your TeamCity server's built-in nuget feeds. Deploy your common code in packages to that repository, as an entirely ...


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The single best thing you can do is introduce some standards. Everything you say is caused by a mess of "do whatever" appearing in the codebase. Keeping this concept of "add some more cool tech (eg EF migrations...)" will only add to the problem. You need to reduce the scope of maintenance, not increase it. The best way to do that is to start to reduce the ...



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