Category Archives: GitHub

The Catch-22 Pengiun

I’m not sure if that blue & red penguin meme actually represents catch-22’s, pseudo/non-ironies like the Alanis Morissette song, or simple twists of fate like the Bob Dylan song, but … I think I’ve figured out how to complete my … Continue reading

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What Next?

We see that question a lot? “I’ve just finished X course …” or “I need a project idea.” We also hear that potential employees see tons of value in someone who is active on GitHub and/or otherwise contributing to Open … Continue reading

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Earned My Shirt, Maybe

Two of my four Pull Requests are to the same project so I’m still looking for another. Can I just say, GEEZ, is every project on GitHub in Ruby? One of the projects–I’m not even sure what language and/or framework … Continue reading

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Hacktoberfest 2016

OMG … finally exhaling … why is GitHub SO stressful for me? I always have to pull out my old notes, bring up multiple tutorials, my heart is pounding … After (at least) 90 minutes I managed to do one … Continue reading

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Using GitHub: Local Repo

This first version of this post might be clunky to say the least. Okay, my latest volunteer gig is with Mil-OSS. Specifically, I’m creating a website for the Central Florida chapter. One of the leaders created a GitHub repository and … Continue reading

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My First Pull Request!

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