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GitHub CLI Anonymous 02/17/2020 (Mon) 20:59:59 [Preview] No. 14037
>We’re introducing an easier and more seamless way to work with GitHub from the command line—GitHub CLI, now in beta. Millions of developers rely on GitHub to make building software more fun and collaborative, and gh brings the GitHub experience right to your terminal.
>gh brings the GitHub experience right to your terminal.
>to your terminal.
For fuck's sake, I hate Microsoft.
>acquire github
>rerite fucking git of all things

https://github.blog/2020-02-12-supercharge-your-command-line-experience-github-cli-is-now-in-beta/


Anonymous 02/23/2020 (Sun) 10:46:47 [Preview] No.14038 del


Anonymous 03/10/2020 (Tue) 22:01:23 [Preview] No.14048 del
>to make building software more fun and collaborative

Children should not be allowed to write software development tools.


Anonymous 03/11/2020 (Wed) 06:14:16 [Preview] No.14049 del
Kek, great, get a bunch of poos to ruin git.
I try not to overestimate Micro$oft but keep getting surprised by how shit they are. I mean really, they are a huge highly profitable company. Apart from Paint, have they ever made anything good?


Anonymous 03/12/2020 (Thu) 16:02:37 [Preview] No.14051 del
nice circlejerk, but aren't they actually using the github/git distinction correctly? tool in question seems to give you access to all the random shit github does outside of git, like their idiosyncratic pull requests, issues, all that stuff.


Anonymous 03/16/2020 (Mon) 16:04:26 [Preview] No.14053 del
The point is being missed. Any time spent on this stuff is time not spent writing code. CVS worked fine 20 years ago for any software worth developing and it works fine now.

Anyone that thinks "but what about if you want to have 500 programmers working on one project?" has already accepted bloated and unmaintainable software as a given. Same applies to software development "methodologies" and their inevitable project team bloat. Thanks to agile/scrum, we now have companies with employees whose jobs it is to manage people whose jobs it is to plan meetings.

One coder wrote Linux. One coder wrote NT kernel. One coder wrote Sendmail. One coder wrote the Apache web server. Spend your time writing software, not screwing around with tools.


Anonymous 03/26/2020 (Thu) 16:06:11 [Preview] No.14064 del
>embrace: aquires github
>extend: reinvent git
>???
you know what's next ;^)


Anonymous 03/28/2020 (Sat) 19:34:00 [Preview] No.14067 del
Except they didn't reinvent git. Did anybody even go to the website to see what it does?
https://cli.github.com/manual/
>>14053
>Thanks to agile/scrum, we now have companies with employees whose jobs it is to manage people whose jobs it is to plan meetings.
Your examples a bit extreme, but do you genuinely think shit would get done quicker and faster if there was no coordination?
>One coder wrote [X]
None of that shit would look remotely the same today if just one person kept on working on it.


Anonymous 03/29/2020 (Sun) 18:19:59 [Preview] No.14070 del
>>do you genuinely think shit would get done quicker and faster if there was no coordination?

I've been writing software for 35 years and I can tell you from experience that your "no coordination" alternative is a false dichotomy. Agile/Scrum might as well have been a troll manifesto written by a dozen drunken coders in a ski lodge as they laughed uproariously at how much it would fuck up software development and cause project team bloat on the order of 5 to 10 times.

What you fail to understand is how the quality, effective, lasting software that you use every day and that makes up 90% of the Internet infrastructure was actually developed and how it was maintained for decades. It was much, much, quicker and faster to do it that way.


Anonymous 04/12/2020 (Sun) 23:29:34 [Preview] No.14078 del
>>14070
>that your "no coordination" alternative is a false dichotomy
Then what is your alternative? The only thing you seemed to suggest was that one person should write projects, which seems even worse for anything that’s not a small project.
>quality, effective, lasting software that you use every day and that makes up 90% of the Internet infrastructure was actually developed and how it was maintained for decades.
Why specifically internet infrastructure and what is the way to write stuff? This is a nitpick, but I’d imagine stuff like developing self-driving cars or AAA game development might require a different form of organization. Sure a lot of people on tech might view those things as botnet or cancer, but saying “don’t make it” doesn’t really answer the question “how should you best organize a team to make it”. I’m not saying that agile/scrum is the solution, but a small group of programmers with little organization would be either.


Anonymous 04/13/2020 (Mon) 01:03:22 [Preview] No.14080 del
>>14078
The modern big enterprise solution is to use Java(script)/Python and hire a bajillion pajeets and various diversity mystery meat/sex combos, and then manage them like cattle after tagging & bagging them. That's what they wanted all along, after all. This way they can manage their dumb brown herd of niggercattle who have zero privacy and receive electroshocks when they make too many bugs or don't meet their daily git merge quotas.


Anonymous 04/29/2020 (Wed) 14:10:05 [Preview] No.14109 del
>>14080
Fuck off.


Anonymous 05/04/2020 (Mon) 18:23:30 [Preview] No.14126 del
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>>14109
Hey anon, I'll need you to come in on Saturday.
Oh and one more thing. I'll need you to come in on Sunday too. And don't forget to follow all those modern agile methodologies we trained you on. I'll be checking the commit logs next week.


Anonymous 05/27/2020 (Wed) 16:40:50 [Preview] No.14200 del
>muh agile
>muh waterfall
how hard can it be to coordinate development?
modern software companies are all about process and zero about engineering.



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