Category Archives: GitHub

GitHub Desktop and Friends

While I really do love GitHub Desktop (and really, really wish there was such an animal for Linux), I’m even more keen to learn how to use what looks like equivalent features I’ve seen in at least two of my … Continue reading

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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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