posh-git on Herding Code

Earlier this month I had the opportunity to record an episode of Herding Code with GitHubbers Paul Betts and Phil Haack on the state of Git for Windows: Herding Code 132. Topics included discussions on why Git hates developers and why Mercurial proponents’ claim that Git doesn’t preserve history is “nonsense.” I think the show turned out pretty well, and we got some hints as to what we can expect from GitHub for Windows. Thanks to the Herding Code guys for having us on!

Speaking of posh-git, there are a bunch of new goodies in my master branch including tab expansion for remote branches, support for the Nuget console, and easier integration with posh-hg. I’ll post more details with the upcoming v0.4 release.

About Keith Dahlby

I'm a .NET developer, Git enthusiast and language geek from Cedar Rapids, IA. I work as a software guru at J&P Cycles and studied Human-Computer Interaction at Iowa State University.
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