This is the transcript for Git in 60 seconds: Welcome to git in 60 seconds! Git is an open source code management system, which means it will save different versions of your code and make it easier for teams to work together.
I’ve tried out Github’s Atom Editor shortly and I must say, they’ve come up with a pretty cool thing. If you want to try it out, drop a comment, got 3 invites. At the moment only for Mac OS. Here a couple of screenshots, thanks to Mikkel for providing hardware so I could try it […]
Github Enterprise is basically a local installation of the famous service at github for your company or organisation. Although it comes with a quite a pricetag. In this post I want to show some alternatives that allow you to run a git server on your private network or on any server on the web.
I’ve previously mentioned, that I installed GitLab 5.0 and it’s been pretty cool since. Today I just want to write about what I use git for in my everyday life. If you want a quick recap of what git is, visit their official site or read my previous post Why you should start using git […]
Web interfaces for git are rare, compared to the number of clients. I recently tried out gitlab and it’s very close to the quality of githubs web interface.
The famous version control system git got a new logo and their documentation got a redesign! That shall not be the primary issue of this article, but it’s still very positive to see, that the project is making an effort to become a little sexier and more approachable to the public.