Before this book I only heard about GitHub, a social place for developers but I wasn’t too much around it. Now, when the book is out I realized that there is a big world behind the word “Git”. I’m slowly going through the book and learning all about Git. Anyway, if you are familiar with Git, or you never heard about it, go here and download this awesome book written by Andrew Burgess.
So, you want to learn about Git, the fast version control system? Then you’ve come to the right place! In this eBook (free for the month of October! Usually $10), I’ll be guiding you through the sometimes-confusing waters of using Git to manage your development projects. The eBook clocks in at a solid 104 pages.
- Andrew Burgess
I don’t have any more invites left. As soon as I get some, I’ll post here.
I just got 4, 3, 2, 1 invite for Forrst so if you are interested in getting one, just reply to this post and I’ll send it to you ASAP. About Forrst:
Forrst is a place for designers and developers to share screenshots, links, code, and questions with their peers.
Hello, and welcome to Scuba Code. Many people advise that you shouldn’t make this kind of post (introduction), but I wanted to say few words about this blog.
Here’s the list what I’ll be posting here:
I thought for few months about creating a blog and I decided to do it. Most of the high-end blogs are not interested in things that I want to share with the community (article is too short, too basic, or some other reasons). Also this will be my “Online HDD”, so if I forget some piece of trick or code, I’ll be able to find it fast.
Now something about the title - Scuba Code. I think that you all get what code means (for you who doesn’t, it means, well code (XHTML, CSS, JS, PHP…) :) ). Scuba is connected with Scuba-Diving as I’m a big lover of the sea, fish, scuba-diving and other things connected with aqua-marine world.
I hope that you will enjoy reading this blog and also learn something.
P.S. This design is just temporary.