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Think Like (a) Git
GIT SHOULDN'T BE SO HARD TO LEARN.

When you're just getting started, something as straightforward as a merge can be terrifying. It can take a long time to really become comfortable using some of Git's more advanced features. (It took me a year or two.)

Once people achieve some level of Git enlightenment, they tend to make statements of the form 'Git gets a lot easier once you realize X' -- but that doesn't do much for people staring up Git's steep learning curve.

My goal with this site is to help you, Dear Reader, understand what those smug bastards are talking about.
git  source-control  programming  software-development 
july 2015 by stantont
Tristan Hume - Too Many Projects, Not Enough pro
I have too many projects, so I started a new project to solve my problems. This project is a little tool called pro which allows you to easily deal with all your git repositories.
git 
may 2013 by stantont
Unfuddle
Subversion Hosting, Git Hosting, Bug and Issue Tracking
code-repository  subversion  git  mercurial  development  from delicious
march 2010 by stantont
Repository Hosting
Subversion Hosting, Git Hosting, Mercurial Hosting and Trac Hosting
code-repository  subversion  development  git  mercurial  from delicious
march 2010 by stantont
Untitled (http://www.amazon.com/dp/0596520123?ie=UTF8&tag=tuxlog-20)
Version Control with Git: Powerful tools and techniques for collaborative software development
git  from twitter_favs
june 2009 by stantont

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