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      lifecycle, source artifacts are no longer relevant. A QA department trying to test an application or an
      Operations team attempting to deploy an application to a production network no longer needs access to
      the source artifacts. QA and Operations are more interested in the compiled end-product of the software
      -development lifecycle: the binary software artifacts. A repository manager, allows you to version, store,
      -search, archive, release binary software artifacts often derived from the source artifacts stored in a source
      +development lifecycle: the binary software artifacts. A repository manager allows you to version, store,
      +search, archive, and release binary software artifacts often derived from the source artifacts stored in a source
      control system. A repository manager allows you to apply the same systematic operations on binary
      software artifacts which you currently apply to your source code.

      @@ -42,6 +42,3 @@

      needs to checkout the entire source tree every time he or she needs to make a simple change to a small
      component, you are quickly going to find that building the entire application becomes a burdensome

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            Tim O'Brien
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            Tim O'Brien
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