GitHub – Private Repository – Collaboration

Background Yesterday I was going over a SQL Server module with a family member. Often I will send him an email and have him review further on his own. GitHub But, now with GitHub allowing private repositories even for free members, I can just go ahead and share that module with him. Outline Launch Web … Continue reading GitHub – Private Repository – Collaboration

Git Repository Spring Cleaning Using “BFG Repo-Cleaner”

Background I will be the first one to admit it, a lot of what I write about is for nothing sake; it is just to write. As mum reminded me this last weekend, "you talk just for the sake of talking". To which I laughed, knowing she said it in the most endearing way.   … Continue reading Git Repository Spring Cleaning Using “BFG Repo-Cleaner”

WordPress – Code Sharing – Github/Gist

Background It is "Clean out the room" weekend.  And, I am here ruminating through all the dead wood, printed paper, clutter I have stored in my little bedroom. The one I am currently on is the one by Chris Coyier and it is titled "Posting Code Blocks on a WordPress Site | CSS Tricks". Truth … Continue reading WordPress – Code Sharing – Github/Gist

Git – GitHub – Private Repositories

Background A bit over 4 years ago, I read Troy Hunt's blog titled "The Ghost Who Codes: How Anonymity is Killing Your Programming Career".   Troy Hunt - The Ghost Who Codes: How Anonymity is Killing Your Programming Career It is available here. And, here are all the places he looked for the anonymous programmer.... . … Continue reading Git – GitHub – Private Repositories

CentOS :- Installing and Using GIT Command Line Interface

Background Now that my primary box is this Cent-OS Linux box, I need to make sure that I can share a bit on it. With a web browser, I am able to post to wordpress. And, I probably can look for a web interface to get to github, as well.  But, I really need to … Continue reading CentOS :- Installing and Using GIT Command Line Interface

GitHub Client Installation on Mac OSX

Introduction Two months ago, to be exact on Feb 13th, 2013, I read Troy Hunt's posting titled "The Ghost Who Codes: How Anonymity is Killing Your Programming Career" (http://java.dzone.com/articles/ghost-who-codes-how-anonymity). Ever since I have being meaning to get a GitHub Account.  Today I finally did. As I am cheap and I am mostly doing so as … Continue reading GitHub Client Installation on Mac OSX