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One line change

One of my workflows this morning

  1. Make change (Not me)
  2. Review code (a different developer)
  3. Approve change (project lead)
  4. Build project 1
  5. Build project 1 binary
  6. Approve pending push (no idea who)
  7. Push project 1 binary to project 2
  8. Build project 2
  9. Now I can get started on my build.

Note, this does not include my participation. This is what had to happen before I could get started on my bit. People keep asking me why things take so long to get in to a build.

“It is just a one line change.” says they.

“Good, then the one step of ‘review code’ will go more quickly.” says I.

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