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Bookmarks tagged with “git”

  1. Gazler/githug: Git your game on!

    “Githug is designed to give you a practical way of learning git. It has a series of levels, each requiring you to use git commands to arrive at a correct answer.”

  2. A WordPress & Git workflow – Marc Jenkins

    Seems to make sense, and WP Migrate DB Pro is the bee’s knees.

  3. AWS Git-backed Static Website · Alestic.com

    This is clever and bonkers. Why on earth would you run a static website like this unless you understood all of that? What do you do if something in that tangle stops working? Good luck!

  4. Git: The Safety Net for Your Projects · An A List Apart Article

    I liked this as a clear and pragmatic guide to some Git stuff. Kind of the next steps once someone’s got to grips with add/commit/pull/push.

  5. Git merge vs. rebase

    Some things to try and remember next time I’m working on a thing with others. (via Infovore)

  6. A successful Git branching model » nvie.com

    Good-sounding group workflow for using Git. (Last year I apparently already linked to the modified version they use at GitHub.) (via Haddock)

  7. Pimping out git log - Bart’s Blog

    Very nice and super-easy to implement. See the Update for the most recent command. (via Haddock)

  8. Git How-To: Remove Your Password from a Repository | David Verhasselt

    I’m so going to need to do this at some point. (via Cal)

  9. Scott Chacon on the Interwebs - GitHub Flow

    How GitHub manage their own git workflow. Sounds good to me. (via Tom Taylor)

  10. Staging Servers, Source Control & Deploy Workflows, And Other Stuff Nobody Teaches You: MicroISV on a Shoestring

    Handy description of git and staging/production environments and workflow. In like reading how other people do things. (via mildlydiverting)

  11. Tower - The most powerful Git client for Mac

    “The most powerful Git client for Mac.” Looks good I think. Might be less scary for doing some out-of-the-ordinary things. (via Lee)

  12. Git ready » learn git one commit at a time

    Very handy collection of git tips. Enough information to make sense, not too much to confuse.

  13. Git Reference

    Ooh, blimey, an actually useful and readable and understandable concise guide to Git. Phew.

  14. Mattb’s git and workflow Bookmarks on Delicious

    Links to examples of how people use Git. I still find it hard to get my head round this kind of stuff, and reading things like this helps.

  15. Flashbake: Free version-control for writers using git - Boing Boing

    Sounds nice and some lovely little features like saving info about the weather, etc when it automatically checks your files in. Contextual backup.

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