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A meaningful discussion of the value of Git begins with a solid understanding of what version control is and what it does for software developers, document authors, and designers. In this screencast, Matthew McCullough shares the basic ideas of version control and the motivations for using it.+ More details
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With the basics concepts of version control discussed in Episode 1, we continue with a discussion on the specific Git implementation of versioning. The complexities of simultaneous team member activities and Git's handling of that scenario are diagrammed. The terminology and syntax of merging with Git is shown at the command line.+ More details
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Some distributed version control explorers are Git users that have just dabbled with the tool or decision makers that could benefit from a quick semi-technical review. In this screencast, eight of the many differentiating features of Git are listed, explained, and discussed.+ More details
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Join the author of Compass on an hour long walk through of the Compass stylesheet framework. From installation to a simply styled webpage, you will walk through step by step, learn the basics of the new Sass stylesheet language, and the power of using the Sass libraries and tools that come with Compass. For more information go to: http://wiki.github.com/chriseppstein/compass+ More details
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This video explains how the Codeship makes it easy to set up Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment for your applications. Have a look inside the app, how to configurate your projcets and how to test and deploy them. Visit https://codeship.com to check us out.+ More details
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I decided to do a screencast on some of the tools I use most in my day-to-day interactions with the rest of GitHub: Campfire, my dotfiles, and boom. By combining all of these together, we can successfully make your company’s chat room super inefficient. Apply some programming and boom, you’re suddenly automating inefficiencies.+ More details
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