Github’s Atom Editor tried out

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 out 😉 Continue reading “Github’s Atom Editor tried out”

Private Github Enterprise Alternatives

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. Continue reading “Private Github Enterprise Alternatives”

git every day

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 now

What I’ve been doing so far

About 1.5-2 years ago I started getting into git, because I wanted to take part in developing software smartly, in teams and take part in global open source projects.

I keep my WordPress plugins on github, parallel to the WordPress plugin repository and a couple of months ago I started fixing minor mistakes in other projects. Continue reading “git every day”

Why you should start using git now

git logo

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. Continue reading “Why you should start using git now”