Automatic deployment is super nice way to deliver software. In the past I’ve successfully used Capifony (Symfony-o-centric Capistrano 2.x gem) for deployments. Now as Symfony3 is out with an updated structure, Capifony does not handle it anymore (or a bit of coding sweat is required) – because it’s not maintained anymore. So I’ve decided to stick with it’s ancestor – Capistrano. So lets’ start.

P.S. This is based on Capistrano v3 now.

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Tips to Ensure Your Values Unify Your Team, Not Divide It

It was quite a blow-up. Laura and Will each accused the other of violating one of the team’s core values – integrity. They each felt they had honored the value and the other person had disregarded it.  People sure get mad when they feel someone has trampled on their values!

Will had promised the client he would send the proposal by the end of the day.  It was 4:45 pm and he was waiting for Laura to finish the final edits on the graphics. Laura was conscientiously checking every detail for accuracy making sure that each segment of the pie chart was the exact same size.

At 4:55 pm, Will walked over to Laura’s desk and asked her when she’d be ready. She said she needed 15 more minutes.  Will told her to forget it – that he was going to use the earlier version. He walked back to his desk and sent the proposal at 5:00 pm sharp.

And that’s when the blow-up occurred.

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The error


CoreUtils needed: