The Non-Developers Guide to Git and GitHub

Git is notoriously difficult for beginners to learn, especially for non-developers. It took me at least 3 (alright more like 20) attempts before I learned how to use Git and that was only because I Googled, “Explain Like I’m 5 Git.” Most of us navigate our computers with visual queues. “Here’s my document. I want […] View original post at …

How to use Local by Flywheel for Quick WordPress Development

Developing websites locally can be an attractive proposition for several reasons. For starters, it’s free. If your Internet connection is non-existent or lost you can keep working. You can use localhost as a testing ground for trying out themes or plugins or creating your own. Finally, your sites remain private until you choose to share […] View original post at …

Take the 2016 Git User’s Survey

The 2016 edition of the Git User’s Survey is open and there is a little more than a week remaining before it closes on October 20. Jakub Narębski, one of the main contributors to the gitweb subsystem and author of Mastering Git, posted the survey on behalf of the Git development community. Narębski has created and analyzed the Git User’s …