I’m adding this one to my dotfiles: Autocomplete Git Commands and Branch Names in Bash
In bash in Mac OS X, you can use [TAB] to autocomplete file paths. Wouldn’t if be nice if you could do the same with git commands and branch names?You can. Here’s how…[read more]
Very cool way to learn git via the command line: Learn git by cloning this repo. Then you check README.md for your next clue.
This is a terminal game designed to test your knowledge of git commands. Each level in the game is a task to perform on this repo. Once you perform that task, you will be given your next task. There are a total of ten levels, each one harder than last! ~ hgarc014/git-game · GitHub
I think this makes for a lovely “Easter egg”. Check out what you get if you confuse GitHub for a WordPress powered site: https://github.com/wp-admin/.
I found this site helpful this morning while I was updating Git to 2.2.1 via Homebrew on my OSX machine: coolestguidesontheplanet.com
This site is a technical reference for various things including OSX, WordPress, SEO, Web Hosting, CSS and other tech like gems – the site is for my reference and yours – there is nothing like finding the right solution that works. ~ coolestguidesontheplanet.com
Write code? Don’t use version control? Great resource for learning #git: gitimmersion.com
GIT IMMERSION IS A GUIDED TOUR THAT WALKS THROUGH THE FUNDAMENTALS OF GIT, INSPIRED BY THE PREMISE THAT TO KNOW A THING IS TO DO IT. via Git Immersion