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Apr
22
revised Release Management Tools with DVCS (Mercurial)
Added evaluation of bitbucket feature branch stuff
Mar
23
comment Release Management Tools with DVCS (Mercurial)
Yes, that makes sense. More to think about...
Mar
18
comment Release Management Tools with DVCS (Mercurial)
Have looked at Feature Toggle; it makes sense, but is not suited for our use cases. Also, have rejected BuildMaster - although this is a great piece of software, its not quite suited for what we're looking for.
Mar
18
revised Release Management Tools with DVCS (Mercurial)
moved "BuildMaster" to the rejected pile
Mar
15
comment Release Management Tools with DVCS (Mercurial)
Thank you - this is just the kind of feedback I was hoping for :)
Mar
14
revised Release Management Tools with DVCS (Mercurial)
Added the "currently evaluating" part, and added links to tools, for easy reference.
Mar
14
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14
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Mar
14
comment Release Management Tools with DVCS (Mercurial)
Sure, added what I think are not suitable
Mar
14
revised Release Management Tools with DVCS (Mercurial)
Changed the big Wall'o'text to a smaller wall.
Mar
14
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Mar
14
revised Release Management Tools with DVCS (Mercurial)
Changed the big Wall'o'text to a smaller wall.
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14
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Oct
15
comment Given a project and working with 1 other person - never worked with someone before
+1 This is a good list - equally appropriate in school teams as in real-world development environments.
Oct
15
comment Given a project and working with 1 other person - never worked with someone before
I absolutely agree - open communication is absolutely essential to make this work, as you should fully expect your initial design to change due to some unforeseen issue. The important part of all this is learning to work effectively with others, and not trying to be the lone-wolf super-human programmer we all believe ourselves to be ;-)
Oct
15
answered Given a project and working with 1 other person - never worked with someone before
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