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This is the process:

  1. All changes are made in separate branches. The branch gets a short explanatory name, followed by the JIRA issue key:

    git checkout -b yd-95-make-userservice-getentitybyid-private
  2. Code is developed in compliance with the Coding conventions.
  3. With each check in, a useful comment is provided:

    git add .
    git commit -m "YD-95 Make UserService.getEntityByID private and pass DTOs instead of entities"
  4. Once the change set is complete, sync it with the master:

    git checkout master
    git pull
    git checkout yd-95-make-userservice-getentitybyid-private
    git merge master
  5. Once the change set is complete, push it to GitHub, ready to be pulled:

    git push -u origin yd-95-make-userservice-getentitybyid-private
  6. Create a pull request on GitHub:

  7. At least one project member reviews the change set
  8. Once the review is OK, the change pull request is accepted on GitHub:



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