Published June 2nd, 2014 Under Configuration Management | Comments Off on Scaling Source Control at Facebook
This video explains how Facebook scaled their source technology to keep up with their growing team of highly productive engineers. Facebook’s current solution beats git by 5x – 50x for common operations. Read more
Published August 27th, 2012 Under Continuous Integration | Comments Off on Continuous Integration with Git, Gerrit, Hudson and Mylyn
Learn how to how to perform issue tracking, code review, commits and builds in an automated manner by integrating Git, Gerrit, Hudson and Mylyn. Read more
Our company Subversion repository recently rounded 100.000 revisions. Our main product now counts over 50.000 files, in a workspace of several gigabytes. The pains of tending to a project of this size is made worse by Subversion. Updates and commits take a long while, working with branches is unbearable, and the workspace itself is immensely slowed down by the thousands of miniscule .svn folders powdered around in each directory. Read more
Published November 23rd, 2011 Under Configuration Management | Comments Off on Git Going with DVCS
Get on board with Git, a distributed version control system. Jump ahead of the masses staying on Subversion and increase your team’s productivity, debugging effectiveness, flexibility in cutting releases and repository and connectivity redundancy (at $0 cost).
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Published December 6th, 2010 Under Configuration Management | Comments Off on Introduction to Git on Windows
This video will show you how to install Git and get it working under windows.
Published December 6th, 2010 Under Configuration Management | Comments Off on Introduction to GIT
An introduction to distributed version control using Git, and how your VCS should work with you and not against you. How DVCS can completely alter your development process, streamline it, and help you produce better software, faster. Covering how local repositories speed up your development, multiple authoritative sources, distributed teams, multiple workflows, and some of the more distinct features of Git. With experiences from an OSS team on how the migration from SVN to Git has helped the project and changed how the team works.
Published October 4th, 2010 Under Configuration Management | Comments Off on Scott Chacon on Git and GitHub
Scott Chacon talks about the technologies that power GitHub (Erlang, Redis,…), and the benefits of Git as a version control and as a storage system.keep looking »