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Not all those who wander are lost.

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comment Are there any reasons not to accept a software deliverable as a virtual machine?
@Mark0978 I like the way that guy writes. I guess I haven't made my point with #4 clear. I'm not advocating working off of a slow VM. When you've got a day or two worth of work to do, and it takes you three weeks to set up the environment, just use the vm. You have to be cognizant of the entire situation.
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comment Are there any reasons not to accept a software deliverable as a virtual machine?
@Mark0978 I think #4 is a YMMV situation, it took us three weeks to reverse engineer an environment setup from documentation, because we no longer had access to the original server setup (IIS 6+ a bunch of 3rd party libraries/http handlers). My point is that having a working example is useful. Most of the criticism I've heard is usually because the VM host isn't good enough. Haha- 'good clean beheading.'
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comment What hurts maintainability?
I want to upvote this but it's at 42... The answer to life, the universe & everything...
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comment How to get better at debugging?
@JimmyHoffa haha, that's good. Q: 'How to get better at something?' A: 'Do it a lot.'