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awarded  Autobiographer
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comment Git collaboration with pull request in a company
Git doesn't do Branch permissions out of the box as far as I know, unless you're running your own server and you use something like Gitolite. If you use "Git-flow" you can help minimise the risk of this happening accidentally somewhat, however there's no way to stop it happening purposefully as far as I know. (I'm going to post an answer with a potential solution)
Sep
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comment Git collaboration with pull request in a company
There's no reason to have different repositories for production and master. It may be worth looking at Git Flow; if only to take away the ideas about having a 'develop' branch for testing, a 'master' branch and 'release-' branches for releases. Combined with tagging properly, this can enable you to keep track of releases, use one single repository and constantly have access to all releases - legacy or not.
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comment How to insert/update a large amount of data into mysql using php
You can change the settings regarding PHP execution time limits, which would solve the time out issues. This question may be more suited to StackOverflow though as it's bordering on specific implementation details.
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answered Develop a website using mustache.js and PHP
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revised How can I team up two MVC frameworks without having them fight each other?
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answered How can I team up two MVC frameworks without having them fight each other?
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comment Tight Coupling Between Javascript, HTML, and CSS: A More Modern Approach?
Brilliant answer, +1. If only for mentioning data attributes as a mechanism for avoiding tight coupling
Mar
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comment Tight Coupling Between Javascript, HTML, and CSS: A More Modern Approach?
Poor advice in my mind, especially when it comes to writing modular/reusable JS that should make no assumption on selectors. Data attributes are a better idea for these scenarios.
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comment How does working in a team (in an OO project) work?
@yannbane Oops, I did indeed!
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revised How does working in a team (in an OO project) work?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment How does working in a team (in an OO project) work?
Thanks @DocBrown! @Prog - That's a very interesting question, and not one I'm entirely sure I can answer! Speaking from experience though, it seems entirely common for that kind of situation to exist at the beginning - or when a feature is being implemented. A developer may take ownership of their new feature (and thus, any new objects implemented) - however, when it gets merged back in to the codebase and maintenance commences it's very much whoever gets assigned a specific bug, hunting down that bug to wherever it actually lives!
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