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git – the simple guide

just a simple guide for getting started with git.

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Dat – git for data

dat is an open source tool that enables the sharing of large datasets, allowing for a decentralized collaboration flow similar to what git offers for source code. It isn’t quite ready for prime time yet

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Using Git with SVN | Red Hat Developer Blog

Nowadays, while most people in our industry know about DVCS tools, such as Git and Mercurial, and what they can do, not all are aware that git can be used with SVN. It is, of course, quite a shame as on top of being the best way to learn how to use git – this feature also enables one to use all the nice tricks of DVCS (offline commit, local history rewriting, commit search, bisect…) while still being stuck with a remote SVN server…

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Git Tips From the Pros | Nettuts+

Git can be both amazingly simple and mind-blowingly complex. You can start with the basics and work yourself into more complex graph manipulation over time. There’s no need to grok all of it before you can use it. The command that will be most powerful as you learn is man git–. Try using it before you refer to Google for an answer.

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Deploying Ruby Applications to AWS Elastic Beanstalk with Git – AWS Ruby Blog

With the release of Ruby container support on AWS Elastic Beanstalk, it is now possible to deploy Rails (or any Rack-based) applications onto the AWS infrastructure in just a few easy steps. The container is backed by Amazon EC2 and automatically provisions the machines to use Phusion Passenger (with nginx under the hood). You can run your own local database with your application, or better yet, you can have Elastic Beanstalk automatically set you up with a MySQL database backed by Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS). All of the machines sit behind a load balancer with auto-scaling support automatically configured so you don’t even have to think about ops. Scaling is built-in.

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Wingman | Git + GitHub + OS X | Source control shouldn’t be stupid.

The goal of Wingman is to make software version control as natural as writing software itself; no endless amounts of command line flags, no lengthy commands, and no cheat sheets – just bugs, features, release candidates, hotfixes and releases. Wingman lets you make the changes you need to make with zero confusion, then get back to your work, stress free.
Wingman is fully integrated with GitHub, giving you the best possible experience with keeping your projects synchronized between team members, in addition to the benefit of having all of your work backed up 24/7.

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Gitlab – self hosted git

Fast, secure and stable solution based on Rails & Gitolite.
Free and open-source. Distributed under the MIT License.

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