Past Meetup

Denver: Git with the Flow w/ Dana White

This Meetup is past

43 people went

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Details

Git is arguably the most popular version control system out there. Since it’s release in 2005, it has steadily risen to the top of the VCS landscape, pushing out beloved systems like Subversion and dinosaurs like Team Foundation. You know you should be using it but how do you get started? We'll talk about some of the features that make git so powerful, how Git can help you recover from various disasters, including co-worker mayhem, and why you should get into Git Flow.

Dana White

Dana White is a software engineer of many flavors and has been coding for 10 years. She works for Influence Technologies...“We Deliver Wow.” She runs a small, private non-profit zoo with her husband where she raises cats, dog, horses and chitlin (they’re mean little animals but they’re coats are worth a fortune).

Agenda

6:00-6:30 - Mingle, Eat/Drink, and Welcome/Housekeeping

6:45 - Presentation

Parking Suggestions

A block or so north on that same side of the road is a lot that allows cheaper parking after 6pm (I think either $2 or $4 for the evening). Before 6pm it is employee parking.

There is also street parking in the Highland neighborhood across the bridge or at the nearby park. There are plenty of 2 hour street parking, but there should also be spots for longer than that if you can find them.

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