Thursday 23rd August, 2012
5:30pm to 6:00pm
Learn the basics of version control using git and Github, and learn why commit messages are better than code comments. Version control is too easy and too valuable to not be using for all your coding projects. For solo, private projects, version control gives you the freedom to try new ideas without losing your work. A public repository service such as Github make for a powerful resume when applying for programming jobs. For larger group projects, commit messages become the ultimate way to communicate, so choose your commits and messages wisely.
Interaction designer. Frontend developer. Gin drinker. Created @weareallawesome. @jsconfeu co-curator. ALL CAPS FOR EMPHASIS. I like @fronx more than Barry Gibb
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