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C# Project developed by many programers

C# Project developed by many programers

C# Project developed by many programers

I need some help/info on how to use VisualStudio for a collaborative development.
We are two programmers and want to develop different modules of the same project (VisualStudio C#)
and/or reports.

I suppose the solution files should pe saved on a server, ok, what do we need to install
on the server, what on the workstations, etc..?

Thank you,

RE: C# Project developed by many programers

Try using GIT for source code control and possibly something like bugzilla or redmine for bug tracking. With GIT, you don't need a server: you can just sync the repositories. Each workstation will need a copy of VS, source code control and bug tracking.

If you're using a spreadsheet for bug tracking, then that needs to be accessible from the server. The server does not need anything to read the spreadsheet - it is just common disk storage. A NAS drive will suffice for this.

Even easier if you do it on a VM. That way the underlying hardware can change and you just copy the VM wholesale across to the new machine. The best bit is that you don't need to power down your VM when you power down your machine. The VM can be suspended. When you run it again, it picks up from where you left off: like not powering down a machine at all.

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