You’ve been squashing bugs in your code all day, and closing them in your issue manager. Your QA team keep re-opening bugs because they don’t realise you haven’t deployed it to your staging server, yet. In fact, they don’t really have a clue what is on your staging server. Annoying, right? Developers hate the extra work, QA are pretty annoyed they’re wasting their time, your project manager can’t understand why these bugs aren’t being closed, and your end users couldn’t care less but they’re eager for the next product release. »
When developing Umbraco sites in teams across source control, a massive number of developers’ problems within the team can be solved by following these steps, or asking yourself these questions. »
With Pushover being recently added to ifttt as a recipe option, I’ve been sending notifications to my phone for all those time-sensitive throwaway messages that I’d otherwise have used email for. If tomorrow’s forecast is particularly warm, it’s going to rain, or if Team GB win an medal at the Olympics.
One of the things I’ve missed from creating a number of NuGet packages, is not being able to add msbuild tasks to the .csproj file. From running web.config transforms, versioning assemblies, to running unit tests, code analysis, or deployments – msbuild can add quite a lot of cherries to your builds. »