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Being generally obsessed with source-control means that I’m always interested in seeing better VCS implementations than the ones we already have. Here’s my list of features that I’d want for the next VCS tech. Note: This is an update to a previous blog posting, and follows a new Git release which addresses something I’ve been talking about for a while - “sparse clone” (see below).
Unlimited Repo Size.
Subversion, Perforce and PlasticSCM can go up to terabytes of history quite easily, whereas Git has a hypothetical top limit. Git can’t go to terabytes yet. Sure, Git-LFS allows Git…
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2020 Tech Predictions
It’s that time of the year again, when I make predictions for the upcoming year. As has become my tradition now for nigh-on a decade, I will first go back over last years’ predictions, to see how well I called it (and keep me honest), then wax prophetic on what I think the new year has to offer us.
Getting More Negotiating One Sheet
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A scavailable Squid proxy cache because Maven!
Actually it was Julian Simpson, he of ThoughtWorks/ Neo4j/ DevOps New Zealand fame, who inspired me down the pub one night (John Scott's Lund, lovely place).
The problem we had was Maven Central's infrastructure not being good enough for our needs; we had too many failing builds because of connectivity issues - artifact downloads. Basically HTTP GET. Between Maven-the-client and Sonatype's CDN things just weren't working well…