> I'm amused by the tone. It's like the author doesn't realize that 99% of software development and deployment is done like this, or much much worse. Welcome to the real world. Agree with this, a lot of developers are in a fil
- seanwilsonI wish I hadn't experienced this exact scenario as well. I actually worked at a publishing company where I discovered the previous team building their major education platform didn't know there was such thing as source control. Their method for sharing mul
- folderStraight to git but have a simple and clear branching strategy. As in a full written procedure for the three main events of git. "Get code, commit code, push code". Then disallow direct commits to master to make people work in feature branches and make mer
This is hilarious.
I’ve had my iPhone 7 plus 256gb for a little over a year now.
Prior to iOS 11 and the iPhone 8 and X release, my iPhone 7 plus worked wonderfully. Super fast. Long battery life.
As soon as I upgrade to iOS 11 - poor battery life, consistently crashes apps, random restarts and poor performance overall.
Is Apple really “saving your phone” from battery degradation or are they purposely detuning your prior model-year phone to get you to upgrade to the latest and greatest?
I can’t say for sure… but this doesn’t bode well for my confidence in Apple.
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