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  • Git
    How to Set Up GitHubGit github
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    GitHub is just one example of a hosted Git service, but it’s easily the most well-known and popular one. In this short video tutorial you'll learn how to set up GitHub and start using it.Read More…
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    New Course: Introduction to Git and GitHubGit github
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    In our new course you'll learn all about the excellent source control management system Git. You'll also see how you can use the brilliant GitHub as a remote source of your Git repositories and as a way to share code with fellow developers.Read More…
  • eBooks
    New eBooks Available for Subscribers in AprilEbook promo preview
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    Do you want to learn more about MongoDB? How about mastering Node.js design patterns? Our latest batch of eBooks will teach you all you need to know about these topics and more.Read More…
  • Deployment
    Codeship: Continuous Integration and Delivery Made SimplePreview
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    Run your automated tests and configured deployments with a simple push to your repository. Basic deploys and complex delivery pipelines can all be set up with ease with Codeship.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Setting Up a Mac Dev Machine From Zero to Hero With Dotfiles: Part 2Mac dev zero hero preview 400x277
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    Hello and welcome to a second edition of Setting up a Mac Dev Machine From Zero to Hero With Dotfiles. Since I wrote the first article, a few things have changed. This article will go over what's changed, with some added tips and tricks along the way. Read More…
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    Rewriting History with Git RebasePreview
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    Rebasing is one of the most misunderstood topics in Git. It has a reputation of a dangerous command that should be avoided by beginners, but this doesn't need to be the case. This tutorial dispels the mysterious nature of the git rebase command by looking at two practical use cases, creating a linear project history and cleaning up local commits before publishing them.Read More…
  • Bitbucket
    Creative Uses for WebhooksBitbucket
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    Learn what webhooks are and how to set them up, and see a working example of how to take advantage of using Bitbucket repository webhooks.Read More…
  • eBooks
    New eBooks Available for SubscribersEbook preview
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    Do you want to make the Internet of Things a reality in your home? We've got four new eBooks on the popular Arduino open-source electronics platform, along with five others on topics like Magento theme development, Git version control, Redis applied design patterns, and more.Read More…
  • Git
    Quick Tip: Leveraging the Power of Git StashGit stash preview
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    In this quick tip, you'll learn how to hit the pause button in Git by storing incomplete changes internally. The git stash command helps you avoid committing unfinished snapshots, giving you a clean, meaningful project history.Read More…
  • GitHub
    How To Configure Git & GitHub On Your MacGithub
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    As a developer, you probably use Git and GitHub all the time. In this short tutorial, we’ll make sure that’s all set up correctly.Read More…
  • Git
    Focusing on a Team Workflow With GitBitbucket
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    Git provides numerous benefits for the solo developer, but it also really shines when it comes to team collaboration. Establishing workflow “rules of the road” will help eliminate friction and confusion, and allow a team to take advantage of what Git does best: boost productivity.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Using Pull Requests as Code ReviewsBitbucket
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    In this series, we’re looking specifically at Git and using Bitbucket and how they can help us in our day-to-day work. In this article, we’re going to be specifically focused on using Bitbucket for feature discussion, bug tracking, release tagging, and more.Read More…
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