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What a build system like Bazel might give you? Self-contained builds with all dependencies, including all binary extensions dependencies, put into one package (see py_binary). This additionally helps keep as few things installed on a prod machine as possible. limiting the attack surface. Easily invoked unit tests in different environments. Compiling and ...


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Instead of thinking about the potential benefits of a potential tool, think about the actual issues and bottlenecks you encounter in your workflow—only then you should focus on the tools which actually solve those issues. For instance, you may have a slow feedback cycle between developers and QA. Imagine a developer commits the changes on Monday at 5 p.m.; ...


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Statisticians have also looked at this issue - actually as early as in the 1970-80s. Given appropriate assumptions on how bugs are discovered they try to estimate the number of bugs from the data of the testing. This is then used to determine when to stop based on optimizing a loss function. See for example https://rpubs.com/hoehle/17920... for a short ...


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It entirely depends on the throughput of your network - if you can keep a single second of data filled then that's all you need! Obviously, you need to determine the length of time your network is going to stutter and miss filling the buffer. Test it and see. Otherwise, it might be easier to configure the buffer size, fast networks can have a second's ...



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