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Discussion on: How I Write Source Control Commit Messages

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Rachel Soderberg Author

I feel like your comment could have been just as effective without calling me a noob to start. Thanks for the comment though.

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Guney Ozsan

Aren't we forever noobs being a software dev?

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Rachel Soderberg Author

ha, you're probably right. But we become less noob at some things as we learn from our mistakes (errr... experiences?)

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Guney Ozsan

In dev world mistakes are experiences as much as bugs are features.
(This one is growing into being my favorite topic on devto)

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G.

I was just warning you because I used to be that noob and it sure was embarrassing to not have foreseen the dependency problem. You will have to experience it for yourself.

I feel like

triggered :)

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Rachel Soderberg Author • Edited

See that was a more effective argument/starting point than just calling it a noob mistake. Experience, be it my own or someone else's, is a good place to learn.

What did the dependency issue end up being? Right now my cards arent physically linked to the source control, so I am manually using the numbers as a sort of reference point. (We use Microsoft Planner for our cards and VS for source control)