Do you make daily builds?
Just curious, has anyone worked at a company which did daily builds? If so, did it help with anything? What? Note, I'm assuming a daily build means that you check in any changes that you made during the day. I really can't imagine how this helps a team (assuming that the code was created with some conception of high cohesion and low coupling that way changes in module A won't crash module B). Perhaps daily builds only applies to software that is in the maintenance phase of the software lifecycle?
Do you have a bug database?
This was actually a funny thing about Boeing. Every single team had a homegrown Software Change Request (SCR) system; Each group also had different processes for handling change requests (ie bug reporting). This is partially a consequence of the many varied software groups that work at Boeing (in terms of programming languages, products, hardware, age, etc). However, I thought it was kind of retarded that a very general system that could be customized was never considered.
I'm also curious about the experiences of those folks that have worked on the .NET side of the fence in regard to source control and bug tracking.