Following his feature on the benefits of using a monorepo, our own Viktor Charypar, Tech Director at Red Badger, sat down again with Packt to outline not just about monorepos and digital transformation, but also how Red Badger works.
- Badger Life
- UX & Design
- Mission Beyond
You’ve probably heard that Facebook, Twitter, Google, Microsoft, and other tech industry behemoths keep their entire codebase, all services, applications and tools in a single huge repository – a monorepo.
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