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SDiOS Special Interest Group #32 - Git with Your Program!

For this meeting members Don Larson (Newbound) and Adam Christianson (MacCast) present Git with Your Program! an introduction to the Git distributed SCM version control system.

Don is a partner in Newbound, Inc., a software development company specializing in business solutions. Together with his partner, Marc Raiser, they have over 50 years combined computer technology experience in technology consulting, software development, database analysis and design. Newbound products include Powerstrip Universal for iOS and the Powerstrip Universal iOS App.

Adam is host of the extremely popular MacCast - a podcast for Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. He is also a professional contract website developer.

Together Don and Adam will demonstrate and discuss the Git Version Control System as a stand-alone process and working with Xcode using remote repositories running on Amazon Cloud, GitHub and Raspberry Pi computers. The demo will include a Git installation on an actual Raspberry Pi single-board-computer. So you might want to attend - even if only to get a look at this trendy, cheap, accessible, fun and very useful programmable computer! 


Our educational and professional/social networking meetings follow our ICAM theme (Ideas, Coding, Art and Marketing). Artists and developers alike will find something of interest - with their various experiences and perspectives contributing to the enrichment of our group.

Come early - bring your friends - get involved - and have fun sharing and learning about the exciting and potentially rewarding world of iOS app development.

Whether you are a professional, hobbyist, beginner or just curious - all are welcome at SDiOS!

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  • Jeff R.

    I was on a cruise in Alaska over the past 8 days so I missed this SDiOS meeting. Don & Adam reported to me that it was another successful meeting with 33 in attendance! However, there were 4 persons at the meeting who did not sign in. If you were at the meeting and did not sign in, please email me so we can keep in touch and keep our records accurate. Thanks, Jeff Rutan ([masked]).

    July 24, 2013

  • Donald W. L.

    I posted the documentation and related files from my Monday night's SDiOS presentation at UCSD Extension on my NewAdventures blog at the linked page below. They are also being sent to Jeff for posting on the website.

    July 24, 2013

  • Brendan M.

    Great meeting... looking forward to the slides!

    July 23, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I missed last night meetup :(
    But I am looking for an iOS (iPhone) app developer to be involved in my next venture as a part of core founding team. If you are interested, let me know.

    July 23, 2013

  • Susan

    The AWS setup demo was a nice bonus - I know that will be useful! The GIT discussion was very helpful to understand how GIT with its local repositories is different from the other flavors of version control systems i've worked with. Thanks Don & Adam!

    July 23, 2013

  • Eduard S.

    Very nice presentation, with an in-depth description of how to set up your own (free-ish) Amazon server to host a Git server. Thank you Don and Adam both, for the information and for setting up the meeting!

    1 · July 23, 2013

  • Donald W. L.

    As a co-presenter, I had a great time. Lots of varied questions and comments from the audience.

    July 22, 2013

  • Mel S.

    What a timely presentation. I just started using git.

    July 22, 2013

  • Mark W.

    Currently use Subversion, looking forward to hearing about GIT.

    July 16, 2013

  • Eduard S.

    I have always appreciated source control systems, but never imagined "liking" one until recently using GIT... Look forward to learning even more about it.

    July 12, 2013

  • Jeff R.

    Sorry, I will be out of town for this one. Adam Christianson will be hosting in my place.

    July 9, 2013

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