In my last blog entry I took you through a short justification on why you would consider using Mongo DB. It is always good to start with the basics. But an application with any sort of complexity is going to require a little more configuration and infrastructure.
I've had the pleasure and pain of building a few teams over the years. We've always delivered. So this entry is for desision makers to understand what it takes to build and a team and why it is so hard. What are the expectations? What people do you need? What experience and expertise do you need? What are the so-called processes and tools needed for a sucessful delivery?
Adding this new heading has finally convinced me that I need to break this up. This page is getting too messy. Besides, I have enough Git information now that it really deserves its own section.
Gitolite is a way to manage users and their permissions. Basically, this allows you to host your own Git repo like some of the services out there, like Github, except you get to do it for free if you already have a server. Hint: If you run Linux, you have a server.