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#Podcast - views on #GitVFS (Virtual File System), the world of the #SourceControl, and there is nothing virtual for #Hololens here (Spanish)


Another episode, this time with the excellent excuse to talk about the new “Git Virtual File System” with a great ALM expert, Luis Fraile ( 232 more words


#Podcast - Opiniones sobre #GitVFS (Virtual File System), el mundo del #SourceControl , y que no hay nada de Virtual para #Hololens

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Otro episodio, en esta ocasión con la excelente excusa de hablar del nuevo “Git Virtual File System” con un grande en temas de ALM, Luis Fraile ( 239 more words


Migrate a complete Git Repository from TFS to VSTS

I am migrating some Git repositories from a TFS server to VSTS. Moving a Git repo including all the history is very simple fo course. Since Git is a Distributed Source Control repository. 68 more words

My experience with GIT Clients

A year ago when I started working with GIT for the first time, I searched for a client that was good enough for me to start with. 443 more words


Moving from Subversion to Git

Most of the teams I’ve worked with in the past have moved repositories from Subversion to Git. Almost always because they’ve started off with Subversion, but wanted to follow a workflow which was considered easier for larger teams to work together. 788 more words


Should we store generated files?

Unfortunately, the answer isn’t as simple as yes or no.

I suggest asking yourselves a few questions to help you determine whether it makes sense to store the generated files/resources. 457 more words