Tag Archives: Git

Getting a New Remote Git Branch–#SQLNewBlogger

I was notified of a new PR at DataSaturdays, and I went to look at the changes. In this case, a lot of styling items in the code, which I can’t quite picture. I also wanted to check the behavior … Continue reading

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AutoCorrect in Git

I can’t believe autocorrect is available, or that I didn’t know it existed. I should have looked, after all, git is smart enough to guess my intentions. I learned this from Kendra Little, who made a quick video on this. … Continue reading

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Git Tricks–Getting a New Remote Branch–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. This is probably more for me than anyone, but as I’ve been working in more team demos, I find … Continue reading

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Choosing a VCS

As someone that speaks and promotes DevOps, I get asked for recommendations and specifics all the time for tooling. One of the questions I’ll get asked regularly is about version control. First, use it. There’s no excuse for not using … Continue reading

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