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Hopefully everyone will bring lots to talk about. Otherwise I might end up talking about version control! Oh noooooooooo!
0 · March 10, 2014
I like how it's a threat. Mwa ha ha.
0 · March 11, 2014
Another excellent talk Joe. I learned a lot about SourceTree and Git from you. Thanks.
0 · March 15, 2014
I still am not sure how to deploy using Git. I found an article on deploying to a staging area on a web server. How would you move the changes from staging to production? http://blog.g-design....
I think I'll write an article explaining this, because it's probably a little too long to cover in a comment here. Conceptually, what I do is have each web environment (local, dev server, staging server, live site) running a clone of a central git repo (on github, bitbucket, beanstalk, or wherever), with a branch checked out. So local and dev might use the "dev" branch, while live uses "master", and staging (if you have one, I often don't) uses "staging" or whatever.
You do your development on the dev branch locally,
0 · March 16, 2014
Oy. Silly return key.
So yeah, do your dev locally, pushing changes to your central repo, then pulling each branch's changes as needed. This part can be automated, especially for dev.
I realize this probably doesn't make sense yet, so I'll write a thing and post it here when it's ready.
1 · March 16, 2014
I look forward to your blog post, Joe!
Thanks for explaining this Joe. I've been practicing using Sourcetree all day, and it's working for me. Although I am not getting all fancy with branching yet.
I didn't realize this, but Dash has had a big new release that I didn't know about yet, so all of y'all that downloaded it yesterday might be seeing different stuff than I have. Gotta check that out!
The link to support Lucy: http://www.stbaldricks.org/participants/mypage/668706/2014
Great Meetup. Thank you!
Plenty of good information about GIT, Sublime Text and others.
Does anyone have a written job description for a WP developer with some UI design skills too? Would need some back-end systems integration too. Thanks in advance!
0 · March 12, 2014
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