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comment I am making 4-5x more story points than average, but producing bugs at half the rate. Graphs say it's 2x more bugs, how to deal with that?
What type of bugs are you produced, e.g. "simple coding errors", "not understanding spec", "not good ui formating", etc. The answer very much depends on the bug type.
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answered How does I/O work for large graph databases?
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comment What is the benefit of git's two-stage commit process (staging)?
@ReinHenrichs, yes and it is very common when the file contains the name of the database server and each dev has there own database.
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comment CI runner on same server of GitLab?
@FezVrasta, the "offsite server" can be anyone that will sell you git hosting, it does not have to be a server you own. Also as it is over the internet doing a pull from it will be slow.
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comment What is the benefit of git's two-stage commit process (staging)?
@ReinHenrichs, think about config files that need changing by each developer.
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If you need a table for 6 people, do you allow a table for 4 people and a table for 2 people to be combined? Will you book 2 people into a 4 person table, if no 2 people tables are left?
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