Terrible Ideas in Git


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Wow, such humor, very git.

Spectacularly delivered, entertaining, and informative. Speaker obviously knows the subject matter quite well. Only criticism would be that it ran short and was somewhat reliant on Q&A to fill in the time, but the speaker seemed equally comfortable and on pace in responding during Q&A and the information provided was equally entertaining and informative as compared to the main content.

Interesting examples

Kyle Schatzle at 11:42 on 8 Apr 2016

Enjoyed the talk and the information.

Very entertaining! Lots of fun - who knew that was possible with Git?

Sean Fraser at 11:42 on 8 Apr 2016

Very entertaining talk. Covered a lot of ground fairly quickly. Will definitely check out all of the recommended tools.

Mark Priddy at 12:51 on 8 Apr 2016

Very humorous, and I did actually learn something, accidentally. Favorite moment: thef**k tool.

Darren Ehlers at 13:07 on 8 Apr 2016

Great, light, humorous talk, but left with a number of helpful tools! Recommended for all!

Binod Luitel at 13:47 on 8 Apr 2016

Liked the talk and learned something new. Good job

Dave Pooser at 14:16 on 8 Apr 2016

Great talk, humorous and informative

kyle sloan at 16:51 on 8 Apr 2016

Speaker was funny, knew the topic and was able to provide some really useful tools. I look forward to trying them out.

Chris at 22:52 on 8 Apr 2016

The tools were useful. I wish there had been some commands to help recover from the 'mistakes' that were shown in the demo.

Jason Goodman at 12:52 on 9 Apr 2016

Really fun class. Definitely learned some things not to do in Git.

Tim Lytle at 14:55 on 9 Apr 2016

Fun talk, great delivery, and mixed in some actually useful things.

Leslie Smith at 15:52 on 9 Apr 2016

Funny presentation. Shared some useful tools and ways to use them.

John Kary at 16:15 on 9 Apr 2016

I liked the delivery and humor in this talk. The tips for PS1 changes were great!

Chris Meza at 17:34 on 12 Apr 2016

Any chance at the slides being presented?

Eric Poe at 10:58 on 20 Apr 2016

An entertaining talk. I can picture this as a end-of-day talk to let loose after much brain cram. With that said, Corey needs to be put on a leash and let nowhere near my bash profile.

I've shared some of these terrible ideas, including the https://github.com/nvbn/thefuck library, with my coworkers.