I make cool stuff and teach others to (Git, Rails, JS/CoffeeScript/Node/etc).
Last December, we had told you about the release of the first-parter in our GitHub training video series: Learning GitHub. We had then hinted at the second part, aimed at topics even more advanced.
The git reset command is a formidable tool unfortunately far too often misunderstood or poorly used. This is too bad, as it opens up a wide range of solutions and tips to optimize our work and workflows.
A couple days ago, the Node.js Foundation released its first-ever Node.js User Survey Report. It is chock-full of interesting data points. Here’s what peaked my interest most:
January 16, 2016. Hm…
I’ve been thinking about this, on and off, for a couple months now. And now we’re here. Exactly 20 years ago today, almost to the minute when I sit down to write this, my professional IT career started.