Monthly Archives: February 2011

Scale9x!

I’ll be heading to Scale9x next weekend! SCaLe is the Southern California Linux expo, and I’m really happy to be heading there to help out with the Ubuntu booth at the expo, and to meet other Linux folks from all … Continue reading

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Anti-regression Training: git bisect (Part 2)

Part 2 of 2 In part 1 I talked about how git bisect can save your project a lot of headaches, and how it can save you as a developer a lot of grief. Here in part 2, I’ll go … Continue reading

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Anti-regression Training: git bisect (Part 1)

Part 1 of 2 Git is a crazy-powerful and flexible tool for managing your source code. I’m gonna talk about one of git’s most powerful and useful tools that I’ve always felt doesn’t get enough attention, git bisect, a tool … Continue reading

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