Last post Oct 31, 2011 03:22 PM by Adam-asp
Oct 29, 2011 09:04 PM|dotnetterAMG123|LINK
Oct 30, 2011 04:27 AM|XIII|LINK
even though you're the only developer on the team, having a source control is simply a must. Even though only for keeping track of history.
There are several free alternatives like Git or Subversion or ...
Or take an account on GitHub for ...$ / month as long as the project goes. The time and its cost for you to drink a couple of coffees on one day already outweighs the cost for a monthly subscription.
Oct 31, 2011 03:22 PM|Adam-asp|LINK
It is not a good idea to zip and back up the projects. It is time comsuming, and it is not easy to manage your source code, like checking histories, diff versions, etc. If your clients don't want to pay for the source control software, try to find a free
one. Git, SVN are open source. If you are inclined to commercial one which provides better customer service, consider
SourceAnywhere Standalone. It is one user free.