BitBucket or GitHub? Use both!

Posted 2010-07-24
Category Git
Over the last few months I have seen several discussions by many developers - especially in the CodeIgniter community - about wether or not to convert their GitHub repo's over to BitBucket. I say: why not use both?

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Deploying websites with Git

Posted 2010-02-23
Category Git
Use Git to deploy your web applications without having to faff with FTP syncronisation or manually working out which files need to be uploaded.

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Managing stable and unstable branches in Git

Posted 2009-11-30
Category Git
Stable and unstable branches mean that while you work on a new version of your software, you maintain the current version by working on bug-fixes and small tweaks. Find out how to achieve this using Git.

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Quick tip: Create a branch in Git with a dirty copy

Posted 2009-06-22
Category Git
We've all done it. Started working on a task, ticket or issue and realised we have forgotten to create a branch. Using git stash we can easily hide these changes, create a branch and then get the changes back.

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Tips for a Subversion addict learning Git

Posted 2009-05-11
Category Git
I have been using Subversion for years and have come to know it like the back of my hand. Recently I began using Git and it was a much trickier transition than I had expected. Now I have finally found my feet with the basics of Git I thought I should take the time to explain my main points of confusion during the learning stage and give you a few things to look out for.

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Getting on the GitHub bandwaggon

Posted 2009-03-31
Category Git
I have finally joined GitHub and I am pretty happy about the decision. It seemed like a bit of a silly fad at the start but it is definitely more than that and for me, solved a few problems in one. Mainly, how to run multiple projects based on one code-base without being stuck in the same repo; I'm looking at you SVN.

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