Git is a choice for many developers, groups and companies and you can find many resources online. I compiled a list of some of my favourites, and they can help us to grasp the “magic” of Git a bit better.
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@monicams I like your moves and I like your style. — Pebble (@Pebble) September 18, 2012
Link to conference programme and workshops Raspberry Pi by Daniel Bates http://www.raspberrypi.org/ WHAT: It is a credit-card sized computer, it can connects to a mouse, keyboard, tv or monitor, power plug (you can use from your own mobile if you have a micro connector) and it has the following structure: You can buy for… Read more »
Elegant solution to comply with the Cookie Law: http://silktide.com/cookieconsent
My notes on the Future of Web Applications 2011 (FOWA 2011). Great event, one of the best! Got really good tips, tutorials, contacts, inspiration and amazing references!
My notes from Drupal Conference, first about the course on Monday about Advanced Configuration with Views, Panels, Flags and Rules. Then, the general conference schedule – with more notes on the sessions I’m attending. #drupalcon
Great conference, too many things to pay attention and take notes. It was hard to know when to stop taking notes… I will progressively enhance the notes as I watch the videos again via treehouse.
Did You Know That – In 60 SECONDS – Search engine Google serves more that 694,445 queries – 6,600+ pictures are uploaded on Flickr – 168,000,000+ emails are sent – 320 new accounts and 98,000 tweets are generated on Social Networking site Twitter…
ICTF Conference: Biometrics history, should we trust? registration and matching by Julian Ashbourn – Python, details about it, why and who uses it by Bruce Beckles – Multi-platform mobile apps, tips and tools, by Greg Jennings – Open Data and Sustainability – energy consumption and ways of publicising it / visualising it by Allex Dutton and Howard Noble – Apple Technology Update by Stuart Anderson and Novel mobile devices for the future by Lyndsay Williams.