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Happy 10th Birthday Git!

If you read this blog, you’ve probably already heard that today marks the 10 year anniversary of Git’s first commit (of its own code). My buddy Ryan and I decided to build this really cool web site to celebrate, but … Continue reading 

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The dangerous SourceTree setting

The messy one, at any rate. Looking at a team’s git repository, I see the following evidence of somebody having a bad day: Those are three commits, in rapid succession, from the same developer, trying to mash files into a … Continue reading 

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Why Source Control Matters and Hopefully it’s Git

I had an interesting and fun discussion last week with my fellow Headspring employees. I’m a big advocate of using git and I’m also the type of person that likes clean code and clean commits. Combining these two things and … Continue reading 

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I accidentally the code

I’m not going to sit back and let Ryan slip all the memes into Los Techies. After a slip up earlier today… here’s something that I couldn’t help but say inside my head:

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OSS on Github – Tips and Tricks

This has come up a few times on a few projects so I thought I would share some tips and tricks that the Fubu team uses to manage the distribution of work. Call them conventions, rules, whatever works best for … Continue reading 

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Git: Anonymous Access Under Windows

The Git version control system provides a simple protocol for sharing Git repositories anonymously over a TCP port. This can be useful for providing read-only access to a repository, or for facilitating pull-based collaboration within teams. The following is a … Continue reading 

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