GitHub for mobile is now available – The GitHub Blog https://github.blog/2020-03-17-github-for-mobile-is-now-available/
Microsoft Is Said to Have Agreed to Acquire Coding Site GitHub – Bloomberg https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-06-03/microsoft-is-said-to-have-agreed-to-acquire-coding-site-github
If this is true, and we’ll know soon enough, it changes the landscape for open source software development. The acquisition may be behind the GNOME project’s decision to move to GitLab, an open source alternative to Gitub.
It’s worth mention that git and GitHub are not the same thing. There will almost certainly be stories floating around that MSFT is buying git, but that isn’t the case. GitHub is just the must popular of several web based front ends to git.
Git can save your bacon, but nothing beats applying the “saving frequently and often” approach. Commit frequently and often, stash sparingly, branch as necessary, push always.
GitHub Workflow and Legal Drafting – Slaw http://www.slaw.ca/2017/04/21/github-workflow-and-legal-drafting/
Tuleap is the integrated application development suite for all your software engineering needs, agile or not.
Source: Tuleap Features
Built on CentOS, Tuleap provides project management, code repositories, continuous integration and collaboration features.
Git changes the game of distributed Web development | IBM developerWorks http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/wa-git/index.html
How to build a Git server, and how to write custom Git hooks to trigger specific actions on certain events (such as notifications), and publishing your code to a website.
One of the best things about WordPress is how easy it is to make sweeping changes to a website in just a few minutes. But with no easy way to revert a website to a previous state, you can lose a lot of work very quickly if you aren’t careful. VersionPress brings the power of Git to WordPress so you can make as many changes as your want with the knowledge that undoing any change is just a click away.
Commit squashing has the benefit of keeping your git history tidy and easier to digest than the alternative created by merge commits. While merge commits retain commits like “oops missed a spot” and “maybe fix that test? [round 2]”, squashing retains the changes but omits the individual commits from history. Many people prefer this workflow because, while those work-in-progress commits are helpful when working on a feature branch, they aren’t necessarily important to retain when looking at the history of your base branch.
New feature allows for cleaner commits in your code and more suitable for a broader range of workflows.
VersionPress Picks Up Backing From Credo Ventures For ‘WordPress Meets Git’ Solution | TechCrunch http://techcrunch.com/2015/10/26/versionpress/?ncid=rss