About the Talk
January 29, 2011 11:00 AM
Cal State FullertonCal State Fullerton
You've run into it before. You fire up a new project, write some code, leave, come back, and a week or two later decide the approach was all wrong. Code becomes a mess. We try one thing, then another, go back, try again, break things, experiment, wash rinse and repeat. You work on it for a few more days, and realize you were almost right the first time, and now you want to go back. What do you do?
This talk will focus on using GIT as a local SCM (Source Code Management) tool to help alleviate some of the problems we as developers face on a day to day basis in various situations. No cost, no server, no hosting, local versioning, undo forever.
Sanity is a good thing.