Tag Archives: Git

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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Changing Git Credentials in Windows

tl;dr For Windows when you need a different account. I had to work with a new GitHub account recently and needed to add a separate account. I worked through that process and managed to get things to work with a … Continue reading

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SQL Source Control and Bitbucket–Getting Started

This is in response to someone asking about getting started with their database in SQL  Source Control and then hosting at BitBucket. I’m going to assume people can set up an account at Bitbucket and won’t cover that. Instead, this … Continue reading

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Git, GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket, What’s the difference?

I was watching Brent’s webcast session on GitHub recently. I’ve struggled to explain this to users in the past, and it’s always good to see what others do when they do similar sessions. You can watch Brent’s session, and I’ve … Continue reading

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