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  • Why using branches is good for your tests

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    21.01.2020 | 10:42 קרא עוד...
  • First Challenges as a New Product Owner

    Imagine it’s your first day at a new school and you are asked to join the basketball team as their captain and coach. Everyone is playing along nicely when you show up, the new kid. You have been playing basketball for some time but you never had any decision making position before. And now here […]

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