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VLOG: Acumatica Team Development using Git, Visual Studio & Azure DevOps – Part 2

Joseph Caruana | September 9, 2021

In this second video, we will go through the process of how you can use pull requests in your Acumatica projects.  Pull requests are an important procedure to improve your code quality and also simplify the process of sharing feedback from code reviewers. Using Azure DevOps and Git, it is easy to add pull requests to your Acumatica projects.

One particularly useful aspect of pull requests is related to the onboarding of new Acumatica developers. Developers new to Acumatica projects may not be accustomed to the Acumatica Design Guidelines and best practices. By introducing pull requests, you can make sure that their code is reviewed before it is merged with the main branch. This is even more important if you are developing a solution that is to be ISV-certified.

I also strongly encourage everyone to make use of pull requests throughout the development process and not just for onboarding new developers. When introducing pull requests, you will immediately see an improvement in team collaboration and the quality of your solutions.

Happy Coding!


To view part one, click here.

Blog Author

Joseph started his career with Computime Software back in 2007 as a software developer. During his 12+ year career, he has been involved in several large scale implementations in various industry sectors. He leads a team of software developers and is also directly involved in programming, verifying source-code quality, and ensuring successful delivery of business solutions. He and his team have been developing solutions on the Acumatica platform for the past 3 years, including an ISV solution titled ‘Orbis DSD’. Joseph is particularly interested in how the synergy between technology and business can help organizations achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. He believes that Acumatica empowers both developers and consultants to maximize their productivity and efficiency in delivering business solutions. Joseph also has special interest in Cloud Computing, writing clean code, DevOps and the Microsoft technology stack. When not coding, he spends most of his free time with his wife, son, and daughter – enjoying the beautiful weather in sunny Malta.

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