I’m not really a front end guy, but I want to try to learn at a minimum the basics. I wanted to expand on the post my first NuGet package, by putting a visualization to the projection.
We had a new team lead start recently, he seems to have had a fair amount of experience in areas I’m only vaguely familiar with, mostly through reading. One of the first things being pushed for is a concentration on unit testing. While I did begin implementing some tests into our codebase a few months ago (around 250 so far), I feel that there’s still a long way to go. Luckily Chris is here to help impart knowledge to us, hooray!
The simplest way I can think of to explain a build server is to imagine hiring a brand new developer for each code check in, giving them explicit instructions to accomplish the build, and letting them go. Maybe that requires a bit of explanation - the idea of a build server is to provide a reproducible set of instructions/steps to accomplish building your application from start to finish without requiring additional input from the developer checking in the code.
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