Back in January, Paul ran a Git on the Command line session where he demonstrated the transparency and learning benefits of using Git in bash. He also hopefully whetted the groups appetite in terms of branchless workflows.
This month, Paul's going to build on the previous session by digging deeper into branchless development, feature switches, and how to commit and push bite size changes with a practical workshop.
He's also going to demonstrate using Git bisect to perform binary searching on a code base to demonstrate how to find bugs.
As per the previous session, please bring laptops with Git along, and we assume basic knowledge of the Git CLI.