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Feb
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accepted Moving from a CVCS to a DVCS in a big company, what is the right way to do it?
Feb
12
answered Assuming “clean code/architecture” is there a difference in “effort” between PHP or Java/J2EE web application development?
Feb
12
revised Moving from a CVCS to a DVCS in a big company, what is the right way to do it?
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Feb
11
comment Moving from a CVCS to a DVCS in a big company, what is the right way to do it?
Not a very helpful answer, man. Some of your statements don't actually reflect you know how to reap the benefits of a DVCS... anyone knows how to manually copy files, the problem in most cases is that you are not using version control, the tool is getting in your way and you are thus avoidiing to use it. When I talked about there has to be external repo maintenance, think as constantly having to edit manually your .hgsubstate file. Also and IMHO, ACLs are not needed when replaced by a network of trust adequately supported by the company's security policy.
Feb
11
comment Moving from a CVCS to a DVCS in a big company, what is the right way to do it?
I intend to include other stuff from Atlassian in the "package", luckily, they support Perforce and Mercurial. The pilot test is actually pretty adequate, as I'm going to start a brand new office.
Feb
11
comment Moving from a CVCS to a DVCS in a big company, what is the right way to do it?
Of the 20+ devs I've worked with, I haven't seen a single one use an IDE, most use Notepad++ or CodeWright
Feb
11
revised Moving from a CVCS to a DVCS in a big company, what is the right way to do it?
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Feb
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asked Moving from a CVCS to a DVCS in a big company, what is the right way to do it?
Feb
11
revised Do most programmers copy and paste code?
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Feb
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Feb
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revised I'm a Subversion geek, why should I consider or not consider Mercurial or Git or any other DVCS?
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Jan
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awarded  Announcer
Jan
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comment Is SugarCRM really adequate for custom development (or adequate at all)?
I've implemented parametric attributes for custom on-the-fly entities and its corresponding form generators from scratch, and I can tell you its not that hard. My problem with SugarCRM was that something that is supposed to work is expected to work and not break midway... SugarCRM is poorly tested, because it tends to break a lot in unexpected situations, and that is my only problem with it. Didn't get into the framework, rather decided to use a better supported framework with a bigger developer community instead: Symfony.
Dec
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comment KPI's for Programmers
@AnnaLear You can always make smaller pomodoros if your position requires frequent collaboration.
Dec
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Dec
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awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
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answered Where is the M in MVC?
Jul
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Jul
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revised Is SugarCRM really adequate for custom development (or adequate at all)?
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Jul
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comment Is SugarCRM really adequate for custom development (or adequate at all)?
Yep, pretty much what happened on our end. We sent SugarCRM to hell and made our own stuff. Symfony made the experience rewarding and we are also orders of magnitude happier. Not being visceral, I'm going to say it with the only words I can come up with: SugarCRM can go to hell.