Always, always, always put your code under source control. Being a one man shop is not a reason not to do it.
Quote from: obiwanjacobi on Mar 07, 2012, 09:39 amAlways, always, always put your code under source control. Being a one man shop is not a reason not to do it.Take this comment serious. There is a statement that says: "There are 2 types of people. The ones that have lost data and the ones that still have to lose data." I fear I belong to both I'm using 2 technologies for my arduino related code (read private time coding). 1 is github. If you want to share your code with the world; it is free (like in you pay nothing). If you want private code you have to pay. It has 1 drawback. you need to push your code yourself to the server.For code I do not want to share; I use a cloud drive. It sounds similar as to the dropbox Targettio mentions. The biggest advantage is that code gets copied without any need for action on my part. You can call me lazy... I call it convenient. The cloud drive I use is included in a server package so also free (Like in prepaid)Best regardsJantje
skyjumperI agree that a cloud drive is not a source code control system. Take away a change and configuration management system. But...My cloud drive contains all te versions back up to 2 years ago of all files. Ok they are not tagged, nor tagable, .... but for home projects I don't care. I have 2 must have requirements: 1) don't lose code when my system is ..... (stolen/broken...)2) Being able to go back to older versions. (the problem is about 30 cm in front of the screen)The cloud drive does this very well.