Over the past nine months, I’ve been writing a series called the Git Tip of the Week series, where I write about a Git-related article every week. Part of this has been a desire to learn more about the way the Git internals works; part is to provide a reference for others to find out about as well.
However, all good things must come to an end, and writing a weekly post, whilst keeping it fresh, is a non-trivial task. In addition, finding something new (or even vaguely interesting) to write about is increasingly difficult once you’ve covered the standard cases and a number of esoteric ones.
So, for my final post in the series, rather than writing about something new, I thought I’d link back to the ones that I’ve written before, in order. Thus, if you want to share the series with others, you can refer back to this index page as a means of finding out what I wrote when. The search list is all well and good, but it only shows the top 20 most recent posts. In addition, I’ve added some of my other Git related articles that may be of interest, even though they weren’t part of the Git Tip of the Week series.
- Introduction to DVCS
- Using Gerrit for source review
- Video demo of using Git, Gerrit and Jenkins in action
- Video demo of using Git, Gerrit and Jenkins for iOS development
- Tutorial on how to set up Gerrit and Jenkins
I’d like to thank you for your time and interest in reading this series, and wish you a happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.