Now who would have thought, I start blogging about git and people have advice. This post isn’t just my personal learning but also some advice I received from others!
git reset HEAD^ From Alexis: Something I’m doing a lot is when I mess up with git, I sometimes need to uncommit something but keep the changes I had just before the commit.
git add -i From Alexis: “Use this…” Brief but powerful advice.
Fun with Git, Jenkins, & Nagios
Welcome to another edition on how to automate the hell out of your workflow.
Preface One thing I have been addicted to since I learned it was source control. I don’t understand how some developers work without it… and I really don’t understand how any syadmins live without it. I have actually found it more useful as a sysadmin as a programmer, but only because at my day job I have used it in most of our major configs.
Honing my Git-Fu Part 1
Backstory My git-fu sucks. I have to use an awesome git tool called SourceTree to do the git wizardry that I do. It’s totally free and for the Mac so if you want to just jump into git and have expert features clicks away go download this. I bought it back when it cost money but now you can have it for free. I’ll wait…
Anyways, I’ve been rolling around in the lap of GIT/SourceTree luxury these past months; clicking away and using features I only wished SVN could ever touch.