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comment Convince a lone developer to use a separate build tool instead of the IDE one-click build
I disagree 1000 times over. If you structure your build scripts correctly, then you really only have to pay the cost of writing them once, and can then reuse them almost verbatim across any number of projects. There's a lot to be said in favor of having a one-line build command that builds, configures, deploys, and runs the system automatically. And once you have that, it will save a ton of time compared to manual deployment/configuration management, which can then be spent on those new features you mention.
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