On 26 May 2015 at 13:34, Dale R. Worley <wor...@alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> Chris Fillmore <fillmore.ch...@gmail.com> writes:
>> I am imagining I putty into the server, checkout my branch, run the code.
>> Is this possible? But what's to stop other team members from doing the
>> same, at the same time? There are only three of us, we can communicate, but
>> in principle I would prefer to have a better solution, if possible.
> It sounds to me that this is the crucial problem -- you have only one
> test environment, and only one person can use it at a time.  It seems to
> me that productivity would be seriously improved if each developer had a
> complete test environment.  One way to do that would be VMs, another
> would be to buy a bunch of cheap servers.  My guess is that you want the
> best duplicate of the production environment you can manage, so as to
> minimize the number of surprised when you move code into production.

Maybe you should consider setting up a CI server (jenkins), that would
do automatically what you currently do manually?  That would, I think,
remove the risk of stepping on each others' toes...


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