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GitHub vs GitLabs vs BitBucket Server (Formerly Stash)

This article will try to compare GitHub, GitLab and BitBucket Server (previously called Stash) installed on your own servers. Similar comparison of cloud offerings is outside the scope of this article. I won’t try to go feature by feature in some kind of a table so that you can count who has more features. I find that approach often misleading ...

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A paranoid’s guide to backing up a working folder

Oops time Leanpub supports multiple storage engines and a private GitHub repository is probably the safest way to the backing up your working folder. I chose Dropbox as I didn’t envision anything wrong with the automatic synchronization mechanism. While working on my book, I accidentally managed to wipe-out half of my diagrams and all changes were instantly synchronized by Dropbox. ...

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Git me the log

There are times that as a developer who primarily responsible for the deployment can use a little helping hand on getting the right source and builds for a release. After all, the artefacts coming out of it can be the same one that’s going to be deployed in production. It’s really important that we check each and every code commits ...

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GitHub: be Social, Contribute, Learn

GitHub revolutionised the open source world by building – IMHO – the first true social coding site. It has never been that easy to contribute to a project, whether it is to simply discuss some new features, to file a bug or in the best case to submit a bug fix or new feature patch: a pull request (PR). Still, ...

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GitHub and Jenkins integration

Jenkins is a well-know term in many teams around the world and has been for quite some time now. As many organizations migrate their source code form centralized version control systems to git, GitHub seems like a great tool to support and simplify work with git. Needless to mention its great support for code reviews by the concept of pull ...

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Migrate from TFS to Git

Are you using TFS and would like to switch to a distributed VCS like Git? Well then this article might be of help. I quickly wrote down the required steps and some hints for exporting an existing TFS repository to Git. I actually wrote the notes for this article a couple of years ago, when we switched to Git (with ...

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Jenkins to Nexus with Git Polling

Build Binaries Only Once is a very important principle of Continuous Deployment (CD). However that blog guides you to build and deploy binaries to Nexus from your development machine. This is fine as a starting step where everything is locally contained on your laptop and you are just testing setup to figure out how things work. But everybody in the team having a local Nexus repository ...

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