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Links 1 through 10 of 21 by Adrian McEwen tagged development

A good primer on how to get started using make and autoconf for development.

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Whenever I start a new Ruby on Rails project I make another attempt to try test-driven-development. Each time, so far, I've given up before I've seen any benefits. I'm collecting links to help me get started next time.

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Whenever I start a new Ruby on Rails project I make another attempt to try test-driven-development. Each time, so far, I've given up before I've seen any benefits. I'm collecting links to help me get started next time.

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Whenever I start a new Ruby on Rails project I make another attempt to try test-driven-development. Each time, so far, I've given up before I've seen any benefits. I'm collecting links to help me get started next time.

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Whenever I start a new Ruby on Rails project I make another attempt to try test-driven-development. Each time, so far, I've given up before I've seen any benefits. I'm collecting links to help me get started next time.

This article confirms a problem I've hit with making the jump from trivial example to actual project, but hasn't made it completely obvious how I'd get past that. Maybe some of the links from the bottom will help.

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Good to read an explanation of how someone uses git and branches to manage releases. This is the sort of workflow I'd run with, particularly if I was working in a bigger team. It's basically what we ran at STNC/Microsoft, but it's good to see how it relates to git (I'm still getting my head around the distributed version control thing)

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Thorough explanation of the things to do to ensure that any emails your service sends have the best chance of arriving.

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I'm still unconvinced that git is a better solution for source control than subversion for my needs, but saving this for the next time I need to get my head round how it works.

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Another cheatsheet for git. One of these days I'll use it enough to get my head round it and not need to look through these things whenever I'm doing anything with it.

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Interesting web service which can analyze mp3s that you upload. If I ever get round to building my mood-jukebox project, I think I might be using this.

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