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comment Tracking internal builds versus public builds
Why do they need to be admin? They can just create a personal filter and share it. What other kind of filter are you referring to?
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comment Tracking internal builds versus public builds
It almost feels like QA should have their own way to track JIRA issues against their testing cycles outside of JIRA. JIRA is ideally only concerned with customer commitments.
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comment Choosing the right branching strategy for releases
I don't see how option A can work. At my company, we have different releases for different customers. If we are still doing feature/hotfix development on version 1.0, and are also actively working on version 2.0, and maybe even 3.0 as well, we can't do all of this on one branch. Perhaps you have the luxury of enjoying Option A because of your release model. But that's not everyone's release model, and for those of us stuck with feature creep or multiple parallel releases, we have to use Option B.
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comment What is the role of C++ today?
The problem with C++ has nothing to do with C++ itself. Good C++ programmers are hard to find. Most companies/projects shun C++ because it's too often "C with classes". Upper management sees the frustration with it and believe it's subpar and replace it with C#/Java/etc. But really we're just breeding more idiots in the world by doing this. C++ can be as easy or as hard, as abstract or as complex as you need it to be. It's the most flexible language and can truly be used efficiently and reliably in any domain.
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