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comment Code Review tools - to use or not?
The problem I have with your post is that you say you don't like your current situation, and then propose solutions. Issues 1&2 are completely unrelated to tool question you pose and already imply how to resolve them, and issue 3 just says not having a tool sucks. I have trouble finding what are you actually asking.
Oct
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comment Code Review tools - to use or not?
Having a code review tool will definitely improve the issue of not having any code review tool.
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Jul
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comment Is committing/checking in code everyday a good practice?
@Woot4Moo: My arguments detailing why I don't think this is a good advice anymore can be found in my answer below. Feel free to criticise it :-)
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revised Is committing/checking in code everyday a good practice?
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comment Is committing/checking in code everyday a good practice?
@Kyralessa: The article even states that "Subversion is the modern [version control system]".
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revised How many developers actually have private offices?
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answered Is committing/checking in code everyday a good practice?
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Oct
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comment Git & project backups
I think ssh will take you current username as default when logging in and then start from home directory on the remote machine, but you can certainly use paths like ssh://username@my.server/~username/repo.git or ssh://username@my.server/some/absolute/path/repo.git.
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answered Git & project backups
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answered How many developers actually have private offices?
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