We now use only git. Getting out mercurial was a pain.
This tool is useless
Just use browserify & commonJS. We don't use RequireJS.
gulp is a fancy alternative to grunt (that we don't use anymore). Just use async/await instead of "stream" everything (which is a nonsens).
We don't use gulp.
We tend to stick to npm, yarn is only a fancy alternative, not 10x better.
Using ES7 async/await make the whole tooling chain "problem" disappear. No more code - no grunt tasks, no problems.
We don't use grunt anymore.
travis-ci & gitlab-ci work just fine, no need for that
We stick to puppet & our own APT repository.
We don't use Ansible.
No need for that, just use npm & browserify
No need for that, just use docker or WSL
It's complicated ©. For now, we are sticking to browserify only.
We are sticking to travis-ci and gitlab-ci. We don't use Jenkins.
We only use gitlab & github.
We don't use bitbucket.
This is no job for us.
Haaaaa. Really bad memories. We use react now.
Typical buzz tech. Nothing practical in here.
We prefer typescript.
We switched to SPA. No need for this.
Redis works just fine, we do not use this.
Cordova works fine, we do not use this.
A proprietary monolith. We are using openstack instead.
Typescript cost outweigh it's gain by far. We don't use typescript in our stack anymore.
No need for this anymore. We use nwjs/elecron instead.
We prefer stylus over saas. We are not using saas.
We prefer React over AngularJS. We don't use AngularJS.
No need for this. We don't use ruby (only in our self hosted gitlab EE)
No need for this. We don't use Java (and legacy java code tend to be destroyed)
We strongly prefer Postgres over mysql. We don't use MySQL.
No need for this, for now