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Jeffrey T. Fritz is an ASPInsider and Developer Evangelist for Telerik with over 15 years of experience building large-scale multi-tenant web applications with ASP.Net in the software-as-a-service model. He is an also an INETA speaker and maintains blogs at blogs.telerik.com and csharpfritz.com. You can find him on Twitter at @csharpfritz

An Alt.Net practitioner who is currently working with JQuery in Asp.Net using Git as a Source Control provider.


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comment Are there any benefits to checking in commented out code into version control?
The question is about commented out code, not comments as a whole. Commented out code is NEVER executed, does not have any tests associated with it, and is thus never verified. It has NO value in the future of any project. A few lines of descriptive text that describe a change in code are a perfectly valid way to communicate some descriptive history of why large changes were made.
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comment Build/deployment tools for a small (1) development effort
TeamCity can run anything you need on the command-line with the CommandLine build runner. You can now chain together many different build runners, making TeamCity my choice for personal projects.
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