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GIT: Branch cleanup

So I was looking for a way to clean up the local branches in my repository because they seem to stack up after a few sprints. 71 more words


How to Get Your Files into Git

Git is a tool that is used for version control. As you make edits to a set of files you can stage them and then commit them to the version control system called Git. 87 more words


gSchool - Week 1

This week was my first week at gSchool!

I was really grateful for how day 1 was structured. We spent a lot of the day doing icebreakers with the class and learning everyone’s name and something interesting about them. 490 more words


Git Stash made simpler :: Explained


Often, when you’ve been working on part of your project, things are in a messy state and you want to switch branches for a bit to work on something else. 141 more words


Water Cooler Web Dev Talk - Show #9

This episode of the Water Cooler had me going on and on much more than I expected to. There was a good amount of activity that went on this past week in the web development community that I am exited to be part of. 180 more words


Tentando entender Git e GitHub.

Nesse post irei acompanhar o que é um sistema de controle de versões, ou mais especificamente Git e GitHub, aonde vivem, o que comem, qual o seu ritual de merge. 462 more words


The Git Experience (Part 4)

In this part of the ‘Git Experience’ series we are looking at GitFlow. GitFlow is a branching model which helps you and your company to structure your work in a way which is understandable and has proven it’s value in many projects. 2,212 more words