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May
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comment How do you manage passwords in your team for db with multiple env and security constraints?
I have been reading your answer to fast. The LastPass evocation may have trigger a skip this answer reflex... But your suggestion is good and keepass.info looks good.
May
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comment How do you manage passwords in your team for db with multiple env and security constraints?
we can't choose to host our own QA/UAT...
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comment How do you manage passwords in your team for db with multiple env and security constraints?
I'm not deciding for what the rules are... I just forced to follow them.. My problem are more related to database usage than generic application, and I never see dev having their own username/password in this area...Having a "method" is also a way to reduce password being sent around in mail/chat every days and to avoid each one storing a password list in a txt or excel file... that is breaking the security more than having a secure way of remember the passwords.
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accepted How to find a job that is using the tools I like (and keeping the payroll at a high level)
May
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comment How to find a job that is using the tools I like (and keeping the payroll at a high level)
I would combine this answer to the one from Waine M for a perfect good answer... Yeah, networking is a good way to improve my luck of finding a perfect matching mission :)
May
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accepted How to avoid being overwhelmed when doing code review?
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revised How do you manage passwords in your team for db with multiple env and security constraints?
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comment How do you manage passwords in your team for db with multiple env and security constraints?
Thanks, but I don't want a storage tool: I'm looking for a method that help every dev to remember what is the password for any db at any moment without relying only to its memory
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asked How do you manage passwords in your team for db with multiple env and security constraints?
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comment How to avoid being overwhelmed when doing code review?
How to separate critical changes from cosmetic one when you receive several lot of 10 to 20 files ? Scanning the changes already takes precious time...
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comment How to avoid being overwhelmed when doing code review?
No guideline, no tools, no distribution: it is more a good practice set up by developers. Main idea is to proof reading incoming changes.
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revised How to find a job that is using the tools I like (and keeping the payroll at a high level)
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asked How to avoid being overwhelmed when doing code review?
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comment How to find a job that is using the tools I like (and keeping the payroll at a high level)
I don't seek the perfect job, I just wish I can have more freedom on tools selection. I know I'm in the average area here: I have been able to select some minors OS frameworks and my own IDE on all my jobs. I know people that are forced to use every bloated tools provided by the company. I also know software shops where dev choices are respected ( like choosing its own OS/IDE (easy for a Java dev) or the source versionning system used by the team... The difficult part is that freedom is quite often not exposed in job offers...
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comment How to find a job that is using the tools I like (and keeping the payroll at a high level)
Good advice, but it's a little bit extreme... I know that the kind of job that give you a little extra freedom are still around, but I just feel difficult to find them...
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comment How to find a job that is using the tools I like (and keeping the payroll at a high level)
Yeah, that are valuables advices... Maybe there is too much randomness in it: while job environment is crappy pick another job.
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accepted How to learn UML for a design usage?
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comment How to find a job that is using the tools I like (and keeping the payroll at a high level)
Maybe they play golf with the top management from the other company ? Or maybe they have shares of the other company ?
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comment How to find a job that is using the tools I like (and keeping the payroll at a high level)
Convincing the team is one thing, convincing the top management is another: Listen big boss, your HAL software collection is too crappy, now we will use this very cool and cheap product instead.
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asked How to find a job that is using the tools I like (and keeping the payroll at a high level)