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Here is a link to the presentation for anyone that was looking for it:http://prezi.com/tnt4zgpjgqhh/git-under-the-covers/
1 · October 22, 2013
This was a great meetup! Thanks to Jeff for the great Git talk.Thanks to Trent and the AT crew for food, beer, and hosting!
0 · October 22, 2013
Another interesting talk by Mr. Haemer. If I keep going to his talks, I'm going to have to starting sleeping less or sneaking out of work, because I never have enough time to actually follow-up on all the curiosities raised by his talks. However, for his next talk, I think he needs to use sock puppets to aid with all his hand visualizations!
0 · October 21, 2013
Jeff is an awesome speaker. Although speaking at a conference edged him out - I still am annoyed to have missed it :-( But Jeff: I have socks I'd donate for the sock puppets ;-)
Super awesome talk by Jeff tonight. For those of you like me that went home and tried to play directly with the object store, if you came across a bunch of binary garbage when trying to investigate the git objects, there's a command for that. git cat-file -p <hash>. For more info, including commands to add blobs, trees and commit objects directly to the object store, see http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Internals-Git-Objects. There's also a cool ruby example showing you how to make these objects from scratch without using git at all!
I wish I could have attended, but something came up. :-(
Darn it! I'm going to be in Germany. I hate it when I miss DevOps :-(
0 · October 15, 2013
The flood is fading away, let's celebrate DevOps! We welcome our re-scheduled talk from Jeff Haemer on git - it's going to rock! Here's the full agenda:
Join us on 10/21 for:
6:30 pm -- Dinner and socializing. Moe's BBQ for dinner - our most requested catering vendor!
7:00 pm -- Introductions and announcements
7:15 pm -- Keynote: Jeff Haemer will be presenting "Git Under the Covers". It's the new hotness. And yes, Linus really wrote it. Sayeth Wikipedia: The development of Git began on April 3, 2005. The project was announced on April 6, and became self-hosting as of April 7. [...] On June 16, the kernel[masked] release was managed by Git. How's that for agile? It is, however, really different. Having the right mental model of how it works will ease you over some learning speed-bumps. So: want to know what git's really doing? Come hear Jeff explain it.
8:15 pm -- Socializing at a local bar (seems like the Bitter Bar is the DevOps Boulder haunt now!)
1 · October 15, 2013
This Tuesday evening: Filtering From the Firehose: Real Time Social Media Streaming w/ Jim Moffitt from Gnip http://www.meetup.com/All-things-Cloud-PaaS-SaaS-PaaS-XaaS/events/124584092/
0 · October 14, 2013
Praying for less mud in the streets, more on the mtn bike trails.
0 · September 18, 2013
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