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Dec
11
answered How do I tell my boss that their custom cms is terribly inefficient?
Dec
5
revised Distributed Issue Tracking
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Nov
28
answered Multiple websites and applications using one user database
Nov
26
answered Something like “tracking” for local branches in git?
Nov
26
awarded  Good Answer
Nov
26
accepted How do rails project know about rake tasks from other repositories
Nov
26
accepted Test Doubles, Mocks and Stubs - when not to use & why, for Ruby, Rspec
Nov
25
revised Sharing development test cases (unit and development integration) with the QA (test) team?
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Nov
25
answered Sharing development test cases (unit and development integration) with the QA (test) team?
Nov
25
comment How Best Can I Use Git When My Employer Uses VSS?
Sure. Just to note that gitx (mac) and gitg (linux) are great gui's for git...
Nov
24
comment Why does a computer science degree matter to a professional programmer?
Matthew Scharley - note: though you want, right now, to be around in 80 (or even 40) years... that may well be assuming you have a reasonably healthy body... something that's probably not even a concern or thought now... otherwise your opinion of that age may change. Something to think about as the decades go by.
Nov
23
comment Why squash git commits for pull requests?
Note: Review the page edit history, editors and times closely before making any assumptions about the original edit that MichaelT refers to. For example is wasn't either myself or Andrew Hill.
Nov
23
revised Why squash git commits for pull requests?
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Nov
23
comment Why squash git commits for pull requests?
That is true for a given commit. In the larger picture I think of interactive rebasing and filter-branch as effectively re-writing history by changing its composition.
Nov
23
revised Why squash git commits for pull requests?
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Nov
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
20
comment How do I review code changes that are the result of syncing?
Excellent point folks! I've updated my answer to be more general and to use the git commands as an example in git rather than "the answer". Good catch!
Nov
20
revised How do I review code changes that are the result of syncing?
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Nov
20
revised How do I review code changes that are the result of syncing?
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Nov
20
answered How do I review code changes that are the result of syncing?