Pay special attention to this chapter. The topic may be as glamorous as visiting Home Depot on a first date, but this chapter will spare you reinventing the wheel. Whether you intend it or not, when you start a project of any sort, you set up a development environment: you choose tools and create spaces that define your processes and either limit or advance your efforts. So here’s your chance to capitalize on the mistakes of others. In this chapter, I’ll look at efficient, interrelated tools and appropriately defined spaces. I will focus on a handful of possible approaches, each of which takes minimal setup and maintenance. The result will be a development environment that positions your projects to run smoothly, that builds in flexibility for changes in size and complexity of projects and teams, and that lets you focus your energy on deliverables rather than on tinkering with an inadequate setup.
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