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Inedo Publishes New White Paper Centering Around Best Practices for Source Control
Inedo, makers of BuildMaster and ProGet, are publishing Source Control Done Right, a whitepaper that provides insight into best practices for utilizing DevOps methodology to manage your source control.
As professional philosophies shift towards more agile and DevOps (http://inedo.com/
This whitepaper identifies one of the bigger unforeseen challenges faced by software development professionals:
“Source control systems shouldn’t be platforms for niched partisan debates, or software brand loyalty.” Alex Papadimoulis, Founder and President of Inedo, weighs in on some of the specifics, “They are simply tools, tools that help to properly manage source code changes.”
“I can’t stress enough though that a lot of problems related to change management across releases start at the root of people’s understanding of Source Control,” explains Alex, “At Inedo, and with the clients we’ve worked with hands-on, we’ve had a lot of success confronting these issues from the bottom up. Once we get everyone on the same page as to the basics, we find a lot of those problems dry up.”
Alex continues, “Most of the challenges in source control arise from methodology rather than poorly functioning source control systems. When used properly to manage source code changes; labeling for builds, branching by exception etc., even the poorest rated systems will far outperform an industry leader set-up with haphazard commits and pushes.”
Source Control Done Right will also be available for review at inedo.com/devops.
BuildMaster is a web-based automated release platform. It’s an out-of-the-box tool specifically designed to help organizations utilize DevOps, Continuous Delivery, and similar methodologies.
Inedo is the development team that created BuildMaster and ProGet. Learn more about BuildMaster at indeo.com/buildmaster, and by following @inedo on Twitter.