What is your opinion regarding mono repo?
Isn't it: "it depends"? When you are doing mostly in house product development, and you are big enough it seems to be a good idea. In other cases it might make less sense.
Curious way to see it.
I have yet to see a monorepo that works better than multi repo.
A lot of examples I see almost always forget to say how painfully is for developers to use it (think searching on got history, or even the eventual slowness that happens).
Well Google does it, and I would be hard pressed to say it makes no sense in their case.
Obviously at certain scale you need non standard tooling, and I with you that using busy monorepo with plain git might be a pain.
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