Roughly how much would it cost to hire a team of dwarves to build a home in the mountainside

Since I began dnd I had an idea to try to hire dwarven miners to build it into the cliff side. I am not expecting it to be huge and extravagant but it needs to be big enough for 4 people, one of whom has a large beast companion. This is just something I would be looking for in the future but if the cost is less than I expected I’m going to build it now. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Problemas con un Trigger (Disparador) en Google Script, solo en TEAM DRIVE

Tengo un proyecto que consta de hojas de calculo y formularios de Google, todo esto lo realicé en una carpeta de Mi Drive, esta es la situación dentro de un formulario tengo una pregunta con respuestas dinámicas y para que estas preguntas se cambien lo agregue en la secuencia de comandos de Google por medio de una función, a la función le asigne un disparador el cual se ejecuta al abrirse el formulario en modo editor, TODO funcionaba perfecto en mi drive, cuando hice una copia para moverlo al TEAM DRIVE de mi trabajo y asignarle un nuevo disparador este simplemente no funciona, me manda error pero no me dice especificamente que es. Alguien sabe si hay algún problema con que esté en el Team Drive de mi trabajo?

Ejecucion la cual yo reproducí por medio del editor: Ejecucion la cual yo reproducí por medio del editor

Ejecución realizada por el Trigger: Ejecución realizada por el Trigger

Esta es la funcion por si ayuda en algo:

 function onOpen(e) {    var form = FormApp.getActiveForm();   var resumen ="ID")).getSheetByName('RESUMEN');     var audit = resumen.getRange('A1:Z200').getValues();   var arr = new Array;   var cont = 1 ;   arr[0] = "NP (No producción)";   for(var i = 0; i<200;i++)   {     try     {       if(audit[i][20] == 'Externa' && audit[i][23] == 'PEN')       {             arr[cont] = audit[i][10]+" - "+ audit[i][11] +" - "+ audit[i][13]+" - "+ Utilities.formatDate(audit[i][6], "GMT", "dd/MMM/yyyy")+ " ("+(i+1)+")";         cont ++;       }     }     catch(e)     {       break;     }    }    var form = FormApp.getActiveForm();   var it = form.getItems();   var aud = it[1];   var tit = aud.getTitle();    if(it[1].getTitle() == 'Detalles de auditoría')   {     var list = aud.asListItem();     var tam= arr.length;        if(tam > 0)       {         list.setChoiceValues(arr);       }       else       {         list.setChoiceValues(['']);        }      list.isRequired();      }  } 

How to distribute code reviews workload in a small team?

I have a small team where I’m largely the only person who reviews what goes into production and makes sure that the code introduced doesn’t contradict business logic, no bugs etc.. I know a lot of this can be improved with tests and we often use them, however I see tests at most complementing the human code review (what was tested, how it was tested will for instance always need a review of the tests and the code under test).

However, this all means I’ve become a bottleneck and a big part of my job has become about reviewing code which is a bit soul-sucking after a while. I’m sure there’s many ways to spread the load (mainly I want to include everyone else in the review processes) but I am not sure how to start because I am more senior and have more experience with our system, and I’m not sure what I should be aiming for.

Would be happy to hear suggestions to have a better idea of what I should be aiming for, and what the best way to get there is.

Need help solving C++ comparing total run of two teams using 2 classes player and team

The function void team who_win(team T) is not working. Can’t figure out what’s the problem. Need help. Thanks.

#include<iostream> using namespace std; class player { private : char name[50]; int jersey; int run; public  : player() {     cout << "Player constructed"<<endl; } void input(); void display(); int P_run();   }; class team { private : char T_name[50]; player p[3]; int totalrun; public  : team() {     cout<<"Team constructed"<<endl; } void input(); void display(); void compute_run(); void who_win(team T); };   int main() { team T1,T2; T1.input(); T2.input(); T1.display(); T2.display(); T1.compute_run(); T2.compute_run(); T1.who_win(T2); }   int player::P_run() { return run; }   void team::compute_run() { int totalrun=0; totalrun=p[0].P_run()+p[1].P_run()+p[2].P_run(); cout<<"Total run scored by "<<T_name<<" is "<<totalrun<<endl; }    void team::who_win(team T) { if(totalrun>T.totalrun)     cout<<T_name<<" has won the game."; else if(totalrun==T.totalrun)     cout<<"Match draw."; else     cout<<T.T_name<<" has won the game."; } 

//didn’t copy & paste the other functions…

Best way to structure team

I recently started working in a state government project that is being built from the ground up. I was brought in by the communication team to champion user experience in the technology platform the project is building but have been struggling to truly find my place.

The project has people responsible for different aspects of user experience: • There is a team responsible for designing business processes, which also does user research and persona development.

• The communications team is out in the field talking to real users.

• There is someone conducting user testing and usability.

• I am responsible (for now) for copy and content.

• And many many developers, mostly contractors (if that is relevant)

The problem is that no one thinks of all this as one process and the gears are not really working together. Leadership is mostly developer-focused, and it is the developer-team leads who make many UX decisions during sprint.

They send mostly finished screens to me for “grammar review”. The result is a lot of re-work, or problems being surfaced after it is too late to make changes or tasks being delayed because solutioning was not complete.

We are now wrapping up the first phase of the project and moving into another. There is a window of opportunity to create better processes and leadership is interested in that. I want to suggest to leadership that we need more focus on upfront designs and that we should move wireframing and copy before sprint, when there is enough time for feedback and iterations (Duh, I know).
How do I sell this to stakeholders without alienating other teams, or making them feel I am crossing swimming lanes? What else should I be thinking about?

Which version control system should I use for the team of 10 developers working on a medium level project in an organization?

I am tasked with providing my company with the best version control management system. The company is an oil company and I am in IT department working as a software engineer.

The company has some web based projects that are developed in quite of old technologies and languages and now planning on to develop it in MVC and also discard the old method of code sharing i.e. sharing via mail or in shared folder etc.

So now they are planning to host their code on online version control system so code can be maintained.

We are a team of 10 developers, tester and project manager working in different offices on a 3,4 medium sized web project and the budget is a bit tight.

So what system between GitHub, BitBucket, Azure DevOps Server and Azure DevOps Services should I pick?

Reconnecting form responses to current sheet after file move to team drive

I have searched for an answer for the “current” google forms problem I am having. It seems the answers here for this issue are outdated as Google keeps changing their technology about as fast as I can change underwear.

I had a drive set up for my organizations files under my personal account and shared the files with them. We have a form there that we use and it has about 500 responses.

My organization switched to G-Suite and I have been migrating our files over to the new team drive. I recently copied the form and the sheet over to the new Team Drive and the connection between the form and sheet was lost. I tried reconnecting them, but the form wants to create a new sheet within the existing spreadsheet and then shows no responses.

I thought “fine, I’ll just copy the responses over to the newly created sheet from the odler sheet and let it pick up from where it left off.” Nope, this didn’t work either. It does not see the previous responses.

I tried following the linking instructions on the G-Suite education site for form responses, but that also didn’t work.

Is there any way I can fix this issue with the current system? We want the previous responses to show up in the graphs, etc. that you can view for form responses.

I will humbly take the down votes if this really has been answered recently for the current version of their webapps, and I apologize if it is already answered.