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Understanding Git Cherry-pick: How to Use Olatunde Garuba Olatunde Garuba  ●  Git · Cherry pick  ●  Nov 28, 2016
Understanding Git Cherry-pick: How to Use

Cherry-picking becomes very useful when it comes to bug fixing. It's an essential command; one you should utilize especially if you're working with a large team.

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Git Cheatsheet Matt Goldspink Matt Goldspink  ●  Beginner · Git · Version control · Cheatsheet  ●  Sep 20, 2016
Git Cheatsheet

Bookmark this Git cheat sheet containing the most common commands so you'll always have a quick reference when you need it.

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Beginner’s Guide to Using Git and GitHub Codementor  ●  Git  ●  Apr 15, 2016
Beginner’s Guide to Using Git and GitHub

If you don't know what git is or how to use it, here's a guide for total beginners.

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Implementing git-flow Releasing Model in Continuous Integration Process Vyacheslav Vyacheslav  ●  DevOps · Git · Continuous delivery · Git flow  ●  Mar 03, 2016
Implementing git-flow Releasing Model in Continuous Integration Process

Perhaps most developers are familiar with the git-flow model that makes the release process controlled. In this article, you will learn one of approaches to introduce git-flow releasing into your project, which can be integrated with the continuous integration tool of your choice (e.g. Atlassian Bamboo.)

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Git QuickTip: a Workflow for Git On Teams Jason Lowenthal Jason Lowenthal  ●  Git  ●  Oct 12, 2015
Git QuickTip: a Workflow for Git On Teams

This tutorial is pretty straightforward. It assumes you already have your project cloned from a master remote repository, and that your project already has an origin repository it is pointing to. As long as you have those things, do this daily.

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Supercharging Your Git Productivity Luís Ferreira Luís Ferreira  ●  Git  ●  Aug 25, 2015
Supercharging Your Git Productivity

Git is so awesome and packs so much power that I could hardly fit it all in a blog post (or 100 for that matter). What this post will talk about though, are a couple of ways to extend your git for it to better serve you on your everyday tasks. ZSH This is post is not about ZSH, but it is awesome and you should install it. All the configs will...

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Sorting Git Authors with Less than 10 Lines of Code Codementor  ●  Python · Git  ●  Jul 22, 2015
Sorting Git Authors with Less than 10 Lines of Code

This article will teach you how to sort authors by the order of their first contribution, and it was originally posted on Jan-Philip Gehrcke’s blog.   I have created a micro Python script, git-authors, which parses the output of git log and outputs the authors in order of their first contribution to the repository. By itself, this is a rather...

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Git Tutorial: 10 Common Git Problems and How to Fix Them Michael Kohl Michael Kohl  ●  Git  ●  Oct 21, 2014
Git Tutorial: 10 Common Git Problems and How to Fix Them

Learning Git?  This Git tutorial covers the 10 most common Git tricks you should know about: how to undo commits, revert commits, edit commit messages, discard local files, resolve merge conflicts, and more. 1. Discard local file modifications Sometimes the best way to get a feel for a problem is diving in and playing around with the code....

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Git Rebase Tutorial: Going Back in Time with Git Rebase Christoph Burgdorf Christoph Burgdorf  ●  Git  ●  Sep 15, 2014
Git Rebase Tutorial: Going Back in Time with Git Rebase

A programmer since the tender age of 10, Christoph Burgdorf is the the founder of the HannoverJS meetup, and he has been an active member in the AngularJS community since its very beginning. He is also very knowledgeable about the ins and outs of git, where he hosts workshops at thoughtram to help beginners master the technology. The following...

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