Is your development team working on a large and complex codebase? Do you wish your workspace contained only the minimum files that you need in order to build and run a subset of the system? Looking to improve performance, reduce network traffic, and reduce the disk space required on your development machine? [Read more…]
A common behavior (process) that I’ve seen in several teams across multiple projects is that they have a common list of tasks that is applicable to most of their user stories. The general agreement on these teams (A.K.A. ‘ways of working’) is that this list of tasks is aligned with their ‘definition of done’; that is to say: if we, as a team, complete all these tasks in this list, then we have met our ‘definition of done’ which we have communicated and agreed upon with our entire team (including all the stake holders). [Read more…]
Step 1: Register at GitHub.com
In order to work with GitHub (accessing source code, forking, checking-in etc.) you would need an active user account with GitHub.
Registration is free.
Step 2: Install the “Git Source Control Provider” Visual Studio Extension [Read more…]
- What is Shelving? What does it mean to Shelve code?
- When would I want or need to shelve my work?
Shelving is a way of saving all of the work and changes on your development machine without actually checking them in and committing these changes to the codebase. The changes are saved on the server and at any point of time you or any of your team-mates can “unshelve” them back onto any one of your machines for review or other uses.
Shelving has several uses and advantages that make them useful: [Read more…]