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I would propose a more objective basis. Go to your existing HTTP logs. Assuming this is an update to an already in the field app, simply pull the logs and examine the HTTP requests which are included. This provides an absolute objective basis fore your load modeling instead of a wetted finger in the air to test the wind. Also, keep in mind from a QA ...


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Do good and make it known. If you have to fix other people's problems because they did not listen to what you said before, or because they are too inexperienced to understand what you were telling them, make sure those people and your bosses get to know what the reason was when the expected time frame was missed, and what kind of planning failure was made. ...


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One point worth noting is that no matter whether they designate a person as the manager it is likely that one of you will become the 'de-facto' manager, probably the person with the most experience/time served. Particularly as this is being done as a cost cutting measure (i.e. don't pay a manager, hire a developer instead) rather than as a thought through ...


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Go for it - Jenkins is an awesome choice for CI server, is easy to set up and work with. It doesn't take much server resource either. What CI gives you is a computerised 'build person' who can take your code from a repository and build it without your assistance. If you quit or get hit by a bus, this means that your code will still be usable without ...


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That's a quite interesting scenario. Normally, CI is to solve problems related to multiple people working together on the same projects - that's what the "integration" part means. The whole point of it is detecting conflicting changes that can break the build. If you are each working alone on separate projects, you won't see much benefit from CI per se. ...


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I think it's an excellent mechanism to use. You're going to be able to confirm that your own builds (if no-one else's) will work in an isolated, reproducible environment. It'll check if you forget to commit work in your SCM system, and that the builds and tests all work in a controlled environment, independent of your personal environment. If your tests take ...



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