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bio website github.com/mliebelt
location Stuttgart, Germany
age 51
visits member for 4 years, 3 months
seen Dec 17 at 19:38

I'm working for a big company in Germany and am responsible there for the selection of development tools.


Dec
17
comment How to enforce good/better source code control practices?
And it is a waste of resources, because normally you have a set-up environment that fits well your needs. I had the same situation a long time ago, and got my own laptop after 4 weeks. I hated each day to setup all the same, just to do the work I was expected to do.
Oct
25
revised Why do Git/Mercurial repositories use less space?
typos
Oct
23
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
11
awarded  Yearling
Sep
29
comment What is the proper aproach of Subversion when using DLL
DLLs and other big binaries don't belong to Subversion. There are repository manager available (Nexus, Artifactory, perhaps something similar for .NET), which should be used for them.
Mar
17
comment Best approach to including JBoss's standalone.xml in SVN structure?
Could you provide some information to the Subversion version you are using? Depending on the version, the answer may be different ...
Dec
7
answered In Subversion, how should I set up a new major version of my application?
May
25
comment Requirements/issue tracker similar to online spreadsheet
I think this is totally wrong-headed. If you want to use a spreadsheet, so use it. I don't see anything that a spreadsheet can do better and more lightweight than an issue tracker like Fogbugz, JIRA, Trac or any other.
May
25
awarded  Critic
May
15
awarded  Editor
May
15
revised Why do Git/Mercurial repositories use less space?
Added reference to inner working of Git (and thank's to Matthew for his detailed explanation)
May
14
comment Why do Git/Mercurial repositories use less space?
Asked someone (by email) which knows much more than me, and will include his answer in my answer then.
May
14
answered Why do Git/Mercurial repositories use less space?
Dec
11
comment Which Continuous Integration framework do you use and why?
One of the reasons why CI is not such relevant with Ruby and Python is that the languages are interpreted, so no need to compile anything. But that's only my personal opinion ...
Jul
18
awarded  Supporter
Mar
8
awarded  Teacher
Sep
18
awarded  Autobiographer