How come you have dependencies on *both* git and SVN?
Excellent question! My team is working at a large corporate client where SVN is used officially by the build & deploy teams and it is required for our code to be kept in a SVN repository. As a team, though, we use Git as our working VCS and git-svn to push changes to our SVN repo.
Often it’s a choice between programming it faster or making the program faster. The first usually wins.
Throwing hardware at a problem is often cheaper then optimizing.
While I was going through the article, I was expecting that you would consider this phenomenon with life and people at some point and probably would have given more juicy insight with 1 extra paragraph. Anyways, nice read !
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