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Effectively using Git and Github in your projects - gnocode Monthly Meetup

  • Jan 18, 2012 · 7:00 PM
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Kurtis Rainbolt-Green is presenting this month on effectively using Git and Github in your processes. Or as he puts it:

"Sure you've worked hard to integrate with other developers on a social and even programming level, but what about your use of version control? Do you carefully distinguish between what exists on the server and what's in progress? What about keeping track of releases and hotfixes in a manageable and trackable way? Kurtis shows you how, why, and better what to use in order to gain that level of control with Git and Github Tao."

We'll also have refreshments (i.e. pizza, beer and drinks) courtesy of iSeatz this month.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    It was a good explanation of why you need a process for using git in groups, and a good description of what one such process might be. It assumed some basic knowledge of git. If I could change anything-- it would be good to discuss the format of the talk--are questions okay to ask during the presentation? I know it's a presentation, and not a Q&A session, but I think allowing questions as you go helps make sure the audience is with you and gives it more of a "real-world" emphasis.
    Overall, thanks to Kurtis for taking the time to do a presentation that coders of any stripe could take an interest in. Looking forward to the next one.

    January 19, 2012

  • Kevin B.

    I would make it a point next time to make the venue a little more newbie friendly. Having someone assigned to welcoming people would go a long ways in breaking the ice for newcomers.

    January 19, 2012

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