Billions of lines of code in a single repository, seriously?
Posted on 23 November, 2016 (1 year ago)
When I joined Google last June, I discovered a new world: tons of new acronyms or project code names to learn about, but also a particular environment for your source code. At Google, engineers work on a huge monolithic source code repository comprising of:
Guillaume Laforge is blogging here about whatever comes to his mind,
but mostly about technology, and especially topics related to
the Groovy dynamic language,
the Gaelyk lightweight toolkit
for developing applications for Google App Engine,
and all the other cool things in the Java and Groovy ecosystem.