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Invest in a Github Organization!

To start, let me say that Github is the subject here simply because they are the biggest in the open source industry. Github has become the Facebook of software development and that is why it makes sense to focus on it. In the future, a better platform might show up and then this article will apply to that one. A ...

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How to Use GitLab and GitHub Together

The Source Control Hosting Landscape GitHub has been the the most popular site for hosting open source software projects since 2008.  It took the lead when SourceForge was slow to embrace newly-popular git source control system.  GitHub is rivaled by Bitbucket, thriving on an enterprise-friendly pricing model and integration with other Atlassian tools.  However, GitHub’s model of charging for privacy rather than headcount makes ...

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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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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 pull request checking

In my previous post titled GitHub and Jenkins integration I showed one possible way of integrating GitHub with Jenkins and outlined the idea and flow of pull request checking. In this post I will show you how to configure Jenkins job to achieve that and also how to add a bit of fancy to this whole process. Jenkins job setup Picking ...

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