Duplicating a GIT repository

https://help.github.com/articles/duplicating-a-repository/ To create a duplicate of a repository without forking, you need to run a special clone command against the original repository and mirror-push to the new one. In the following cases, the repository you’re trying to push to–like exampleuser/new-repository orexampleuser/mirrored–should already exist on GitHub. See “Creating a new repository” for more information. Mirroring a […]

Moving A Git Repository To A New Server

https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2014/05/moving-git-repository-new-server/ https://help.github.com/articles/duplicating-a-repository/#mirroring-a-repository Suppose your company decides to change its code-hosting provider or you wish to move your own Git repository to a different host. It doesn’t happen often, but it happens. When I had to move a number of Git projects to a new host, it took me quite some time to find an accurate […]


http://d3center.ca/introduction-to-scrum-the-importance-of-testing-part-5/ By Noah Saber Freedman Show me the Receipts: the Importance of Testing and the Definition of Done. This is the fifth of a series of introductory posts about Scrum. The previous post discussed User Stories, and the Product Backlog. Let’s start where the previous post left off: when is the Sprint Planning meeting over? […]

Adding a corporate (or self-signed) certificate authority to git.exe’s store

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/phkelley/2014/01/20/adding-a-corporate-or-self-signed-certificate-authority-to-git-exes-store/ This is a topic that I touched on a little bit in my last post, “Git network operations in Visual Studio 2013.” If your organization has an on-premises installation of Team Foundation Server 2013 or later, and you connect using HTTPS, then the root certificate which vouches for the authenticity of your SSL cert […]

Working with Git on Windows

http://guides.beanstalkapp.com/version-control/git-on-windows.html Setting up Git can be tricky on Windows compared to Linux or Mac, but if you follow the steps in this guide, you should have no problems using Git on Windows. We’ve done the hard work and chosen between the multiple options at key steps to help make things easier for you. This guide […]

6 reasons to blog in Markdown with Jekyll

https://opensource.com/life/16/2/my-jekyll-workflow?sc_cid=701600000011jJVAAY As a programmer I sort and collect a lot of research, and my problem has always been finding a place to store it all. I had Jekyll in mind for a while, but it always seemed so daunting to get into. After a few days of configuration, I was able to create a Jekyll […]