Standardizing development environments with Vagrant

Standardizing development environments with Vagrant

This is the first article of a series in which we'll explain our development process industrialisation. We'll describe how we went from a team of individuals doing things together but artisanally, to a more industrial and qualitative approach. This first topic talks about how we standardized our development environments with Vagrant.

This is a post I wrote for NOE interactive.

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@Afup_Mtp @DuaelFr Ha ha cool Edouard. Tu seras en terrain connu en plus 😉.15 Nov / 17:39