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Franco Martinig

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Branch-per-Feature in the Realm of Agile and .NET Development Posted: Nov 20, 2012 4:57 PM
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In .NET software development, old-school branch-per-feature meant that branches were large and long living to avoid having to integrate because it was a pain as the feature would diverge further and further from other features or the mainline. Including and excluding features from what needs to be shipped should be a smooth process. This talk goes into the mechanics of a disciplined process to ensure delivering the highest quality software, quickly without resorting to non-production code such as feature toggles. Some advanced topics such as git rerere and submodule orchestration will ...

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