Grabbing frogs...

Maintaining Control

I only did it twice! They seemed harmless! It was just faster!


You need to respect the process, and the most important rule of the process...


No chickens on the main branch!

A more common rule in software version control systems is no check-ins on the main branch, but no chickens is also good advice I guess. That worker frog has lots of excuses for why he put those chickens right on the main branch though. Maybe you've heard those before. Maybe you've used them before (I have!)

Check in changes to feature branches, and only merge to a main branch after the tests pass. You might want to read more here.

Published Wednesday, 7 November 2018

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