In this article, we’ll run through some simple scenarios that may apply to your work at some point. We will: Initialize (create) a new repository, Add a file, Commit our work This is, by no means, a comprehensive guide to git’ing on the command line. I’d encourage you to read the git documentation for a… Read more How to git on the command line
Ever forgot the state of your git repo at the command line? Posh-git helps you remember!
Disclaimer: I ripped this from an old blog post of mine and updated (I hope) the relevant bits. Yes, another one of these posts. I’ve read several, and each one has its merits. So, I decided to write my own. If you’re interested in software development in some capacity, this is probably worth a read.… Read more Yet Another Post About Things To Know Before Becoming A Developer
The opportunity to drop a little knowledge on a handful of high school sophomores presented itself at a career lunch event hosted at Mt. St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, MD and sponsored by Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership (HOBY). As a software developer in today’s age, I jumped at the opportunity to share some of my experience! #hobymd2014 I regrettably wasted a lot of… Read more Giving Back to Motivated Sophomores, Career Lunches, (and doing nice things for others)