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Open source, mobile, and cloud developer https://github.com/TravisTheTechie


May
17
awarded  Yearling
Jan
28
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
22
answered Team Git workflow working with a multi-project Sitecore solution using TDS
Jan
4
awarded  Custodian
Jan
4
reviewed Reviewed Development console commands registration
Jan
4
comment Is it possible to tag only a portion of a git push?
We have a team of around 20, just for scale, and we only tag major releases. We normally release everything at once so it's a single tag. But that happens pretty rarely. The real better practices start coming into play when you start branching and merging when people are working on features. The isolation for a branch lets you commit all day long them merge it in once you have a final solution.
Jan
4
comment Is it possible to tag only a portion of a git push?
Tagging every day doesn't seem useful. If you're using it describe a day, that's easy to find from the reflog. My thoughts are "commit early, commit often". Even if you only push once in a while committing is light weight and if you need to roll back to 15 minutes ago because you went down a rabbit hole, well, that's easy. Basically, if I made a change that builds, it appears to work, commit it.
Jan
4
answered Is it possible to tag only a portion of a git push?
Dec
24
answered Are projects using frameworks not as good as projects using pure programming?
Dec
6
answered Entity Framework and distributed Systems
Oct
9
awarded  Revival
May
17
awarded  Yearling
Dec
16
comment Are there bots that download new iOS apps without being asked?
I see the same thing happen. In fact, I've had more international downloads than US downloads on one app. We only have a few customers we've told it about it.
Nov
12
awarded  Revival
Oct
10
answered git changing head not reflected on co-dev's branch
Aug
27
revised How do document-oriented databases implement references?
Changed name for clarity
Aug
27
comment How do document-oriented databases implement references?
There are no constraints. The application will have to deal with that.
Jun
5
answered .NET Dependency Management Systems
Jun
5
comment How is the actor model used?
I'm not aware of any remote actor libraries for C++. You could look at messaging frameworks or the use of sockets for interprocess communication. It's non-trivial to implement.
Jun
5
awarded  Revival