If you’re anything like me, GitHub plays a pretty big role in the day-to-day work life. It’s where I host most of my code —both personal and professional —and where I collaborate with my team and peers on a variety of different projects.
An awesome benefit from having all of your work in a centralized area is that you can get every update for the different projects you’re working on all in one spot. The downside is that GitHub’s updates in particular kind of suck —which is annoying because they have so much potential to be good.
I crunched the…
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