Julian's Notes

To recap, a Git commit allow us save a snapshot of our project at a specific point in time. The snapshot makes it possible to retrieve the state of the project at a later time. Git starts to get interesting when you’re collaborating with other developers on a shared repository. First, you need to be […]

Category: DevOps

Posted on 31 May, 2020

Now that we have git installed locally, we can start playing around with some of the basic commands. The first thing you want to do is initialise a git repository. As far as I know, there are two ways to accomplish that: Clone an existing Repo Initialise an empty Repo Cloning an existing repo will […]

Category: DevOps

Posted on 19 May, 2020

As you progress through your software development journey, chances are you will grapple with projects that vary in complexity. While some projects can be hacked in a weekend, others might demand a much longer time due to considerable effort required in implementation. There’s hardly a relevant software project in existence that does not employ some […]

Category: DevOps

Posted on 16 May, 2020

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