OJUG ::: Git with Rusty

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OJUG ::: Git with Rusty

Time: August 22, 2019 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Starter Studio
Street: 101 S Garland Room 108
City/Town: Orlando
Website or Map: http://www.starterstudio.org
Phone: 3212529322
Event Type: meetup
Organized By: Michael Levin
Latest Activity: Aug 7

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Join us for a Git presentation featuring Rusty

Rusty Phillips has been a polyglot developer for over 20 years (and Java to some degree during all of that time), and has spent that time specializing
in not specializing - learning as much as possible in almost every
area of computer science and computer engineering. One of the few
areas that he has specialized in is configuring his environment to
suit the work that he's doing.

THE GIT STUFF:
1. Overview of version control features
- Locking checkout vs non-locking checkout
- distributed vs server-client
- Merge advantages of distributed
- Large binary disadvantage of distributed version control.

2. Git setup:
- ssh public/private keys; using ~/.ssh/config
- github, gitlab, bitbucket. (gitlab for demo)
- .gitconfig setup.

3. branches
4. commit vs push
5. fetch vs pull
6. The dangerous, common commands:
rebase, cherry-pick

7. Other important commands:
rm, reset, stash

8. merge vs mergetool, diff vs difftool
DEMO - commits with conflicts.

Other important areas:
1. Stealing dotfiles from the internet
(mine: tmux + nvim + oh-my-zsh + powerline).
2. CI/CD for gitlab via yaml file.

Stay tuned for details. Let me know if you’ll help out by sponsoring pizza. Thanks, Mike Levin
@mikelevin


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