Git is a very powerful source code management, but it can be painful and difficult if approached with the wrong attitude. In this speech you will see, with plenty of examples, how can be easy and effective to work with it.
In a perfect world you’d expect developed code to be “bug-free” or “clean”. However as we all know, this is not a perfect world and there will always be bugs. Our goal is to capture as many of them as early as possible.
Learn how to building a simple yet flexible continuous integration server from scratch using Powershell.
Learn the kinds of constraints you should consider when evolving the software architecture of your systems in order to enable rapid, frequent release. Much of the conversation about Continuous Delivery focuses on the design of build pipelines, or the nuts and bolts of CI and infrastructure automation.
GitHub’s Matthew McCullough give an advanced tour of the Git source code management tool.
With over 2 million and a half repositories, GitHub is the world’s largest source code host. Since day one, we’ve faced an unique engineering problem: making terabytes of Git data always available, either directly or through our website. This talk offers a hopefully insightful view into the internals of Git, …