File’s life through Git

I realised a few months ago that I should read more books. I have a ton of them. I could never read all of them unless I start now and that’s exactly what I did. The first one I ended up reading was a short book on git. It was quite basic except a couple [...]


I recently read this article comparing BitBucket and GitHub and did mention in in a previous post on Git. Apart from well defined differences like BitBucket is a social repository for Mercurial writting in Python whereas GitHub is obviously for Git written in Ruby with bits written in Erlang. So, I decided to try BitBucket [...]

Some useful git commands

gitHub is an amazing piece of functionality. The user interface is so amazing that BitBucket simply ripped it off. Yes, without any regrets. I mean people are bound to notice that sort of stuff but still these things happen. Anyways, I came across some really handy git commands and would like to share them and [...]

Clone bare git

Found an interesting option to clone a git repository. Honestly, speaking I have no idea how it could be usefult because it does not actually do a checkout of the HEAD. Anyways, if you run: git clone –bare git:// then you will have the following directory structure which is quite similar to what’s in your [...]


I wonder did Ryan bates start a revolution by doing (RailsCasts) his short videos on various ruby concepts because there is a BDDCasts and today I saw GitCasts on Git’s main site. It is in the same fashion a collection of short videos on Git concepts but they are damn helpful, I tell you. Update: [...]