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.
PACKT Publishing has been awesome once again to sponsor this little competition! The three lucky winners stand a chance to win one 3 digital copies of this book. Keep reading to find out how you can be one of the Lucky Winners! 😀
I’ve just deployed my first virtual server on Digital Ocean* and they support a one click installer for GitLab! They provide hosting from 5$ a month and have a pretty great interface for firing up new instances and their applications tab enables you to pick from some pre-configured images to run things from a classic […]
The book about GitLab, that I’ve been writing over the past months is now available now! It’s published at PACKTpubs website as GitLab Repository Management! I’m very excited to see it launch and I’ve received some very warm tweets and congratulations on this! Right now I’m figuring out the details on how to do a give-away […]
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.
That is exactly what I am trying to achieve at the moment, a book on how to set up your private git server with GitLab. I can’t say too much about what will be in it or if it even will be published, since that is not entirely up to me. I’m doing my best […]
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 […]
In the past couple of hours I’ve completed to install GitLab in version 5. It was quite a journey through the install instructions, the trouble shooting guide and at last numerous threads on the google group and stackoverflow. As I promised earlier, I’ll tell a little more about this very interesting project now. The error […]
GitLab in version 5.0 has been released and I’m looking forward to have the time to upgrade my own installation and play with my fellow node and code-heads at my academy! The most exciting thing for me to see is how well the gitolite replacement gitlab-shell simplifies installation and boosts the whole project. Update 19. […]
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.