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Autogenerating blog posts from your project's commit history with python

autogenerate your markdown from git history
Autogenerating blog posts from your project's commit history with python

Working with Git

This Post shares the the git flow we follow for contributing on open source repositories.

Integrating Travis CI in your Github project

In this tutorial, I am providing steps to integrate Travis CI into your public Ruby on Rails Github repository.
Integrating Travis CI in your Github project

Build Your Own Node.js Search Engine for Github Wikis

In this article, we're going to learn how to use Node.js to build a search engine for Markdown-based wikis like the Github wiki.
Build Your Own Node.js Search Engine for Github Wikis

Linux Quick Tip: Adding GitHub Keys as Authorized Keys

As a software developer, Codementor Vyacheslav constantly works with a bunch of virtual environments used for testing. Here he shares with you a handy batch that will add all of your GitHub keys as authorized keys
Linux Quick Tip: Adding GitHub Keys as Authorized Keys

How to Host your Python Package on PyPI with GitHub

Here's a step-by-step guide to publishing a Python package on PyPI with GitHub
How to Host your Python Package on PyPI with GitHub

A Map of my Mentees

Ever wondered where your mentees are from? Here's a map of my mentees on the world map.
A Map of my Mentees

Don't Miss Another Pull Request

Is there any pull request I haven't reviewed/merged yet? If you've asked yourself this question, this post is for you.
Don't Miss Another Pull Request

What You Should Know to Start Working with Git

To comprehend how Git works, you firstly need to focus on learning the basic Git concepts and terms.
What You Should Know to Start Working with Git

Open Source: the itch, the hustle and the merge

A gentle albeit thorough introduction for open source beginners.

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