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bio website touchlab.co
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President (ish) of Touch Lab, Android-only consulting company.


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comment Should I develop a product with minimal use so I can say I developed it?
Disagree with "will probably not consider you if you've only build one minor application". I think it depends on the context. If somebody was applying to work for me and said "here's my first shot at an Android app. I have some other code out there too", that has a lot more mileage than nothing. If you claim to be an Android expert and you're not, and this goes for any tech, and most things in life, that will backfire.
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answered Should I develop a product with minimal use so I can say I developed it?
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comment Bug tracker that integrates with source control
Strange that they don't have Git as a top level option, but it does work.
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comment Bug tracker that integrates with source control
@Matthieu, right now that looks like the winner. Got github to play nice. The subversion setup looks like a bear. Would have to nudge clients to put the server hooks in there, but I guess its a best efforts situation (and its to their benefit).
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comment Bug tracker that integrates with source control
We're a mostly consulting shop, and most clients have their own source control. Out of my hands. If I'm going to do round-trip syncing, I'd probably just do all of it through github, although its probably much easier to do svn to svn rather than svn to git, which would be a major plus for codebase. However, github's visual source viewer/comment tool is really great. Issue tracker is very basic, but good enough for us.
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comment Bug tracker that integrates with source control
Looks like they're hosting the repos. The repos I'm using will be hosted elsewhere (various external subversion repos and all git at github). Does it also work in that kind of situation? As far as I can tell, I'd need to somehow sync the externals with the codebase ones, which sort of defeats the purpose.
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