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Currently working on setting up a continuous integration environment using Jenkins. The projects are maven based. The installation spawns Windows and Unix components as well as utilizing open source and IBM tools and frameworks.
Looking for a faulty application for training
The idea is not bad. However, there will always be a flow of new developers, that need to learn it. It will take them ages to learn every 'stupid' mistake. Time that they could easily spent with learning on the job. Sometimes the 'stupid' mistakes are typos or copy&paste bugs. These you will always have, even from advanced developers. You need QA to verify the 'stupid' and the more difficult to find bugs.