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What will the best way to manage access to the app projects Git repositories with shared service classes within one solution?

First off, You need to be able to trust your employee. Decompilation is a thing. Secondly, you should have individual git repositories for each app/library. Each repo should have a CI pipeline which ...
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How to go about version numbers in a C# solution

Brief Answers: Does this workflow make sense on these kind of solutions? CI pipeline keeps track of version, auto bumps every build and manually can be incremented for major/minor ? Yes Any ...
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Is 'backporting fixes and creating releases' a common job role?

I don't think this a common thing. If we start with "all software" and start looking at what has to happen before you have this job, its cutting out a lot of software. At each step you lose ...
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Is 'backporting fixes and creating releases' a common job role?

Roles are normally much more general, and often enough a role name does not fully define the responsibilities associated with that role in a specific organization. If you bring specific expertise such ...
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Is there any downside to commit messages containing the ticket number

As one of the current answers points out, referencing a ticket number is important for traceability. This can be relevant to: Understand the higher-level perspective on why changes were made. You ...
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Why does this procedure lead to a merge conflict?

The aim of git revert is to reverse the change caused by a given commit. But sometimes things that happen in between change the situation so that that commit is not directly reversible - at least not ...
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