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I use a Developer Edition. As you say, it is limiting: if you want to run continuous integration flows like executing Apex unit tests on every push or every branch, you're going to have a hard time of it. Ultimately, you'll either need to pool Dev Hubs or dramatically limit the scope of your testing, such as only running CI tests when a pull request is ...


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It depends on your intended development cycle and size of the project. Ideally, you should be push/pull deployment for most of your work, and reserve version creates for "gold master" or "stable release" versions. I am personally working on a project, and I have never needed more than just one version per day. Creating a lot of versions in a short period ...


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