Tag Archives: Git

Delete a 2020 GitHub Repository–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. I have a lot of GitHub repos, sometimes just set up to test something. Recently I wanted to delete … Continue reading

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Creating a Repository from VSCode–#SQLNewBlogger

I’ve been working with a few different git clients, and trying to write some articles to help people get started. As I do this, I thought it was interesting that I could initialize a repository from within Visual Studio Code … Continue reading

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Setting Up GitHub Desktop (formerly GitHub for Windows)

When I started using Git, I first download GitHub for Windows. I went searching, and instead found GitHub Desktop, which is the new client from GitHub for working with Git. This replaces GitHub for Windows, and gives a unified experience … Continue reading

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The Power of Git–Getting Code

I find git to be incredibly useful, and this is a quick example of one of the ways that this matters to me. This post is also available in video format here: https://youtu.be/Drwt6nseeJM I got this link from Jes Pomfret … Continue reading

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