Talk in English - US at Madison PHP Conference
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Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/4a06d
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Eliminate Workflow Friction with Git
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Good general into for those new to Git. More info on specific commands would be helpful.
The talk was a bit advanced for the foundations track, as it assumed significant source control system knowledge (merging and branching). The rebase and cherry picking was particularly challenging to follow. The visualizations helped, but so would real world examples (of code which might break other code, and how the git merge process would deal with that), especially in the beginning when discussing the strategy of different branches. It would help justify the extra process required.
Very good talk about more intermediate git. It gave me good pointer for workflow improvement
Looking forward to the slides. Well-organized, good pacing, good info for someone new to git like me. Introduced commands I didn't know about.
Good talk for a started overview of git. Yes more pictures would be helpful with rebase and cherry-picking.
Great talk. Touched on all of the right topics with out diving too deep into it. I think you gave a great overview and starting points for new people and covered some areas that are either a refresher or new ideas for those that have been using it for a while.
Great talk. All of the branching and rebase information was accessible enough to understand conceptually even though I have zero experience with git. Would have a appreciated just a little bit more basic info about how git is used in place of ftp - just an overview to put things into context for a beginner.
Even though this was in the foundations track Joel jumped straight into some more advanced topics, assuming basic information about git, command line, and general version control. Which actually was great for me (and a few of my colleagues), who have basic understanding of git, command line, and general version control. I'm not sure how many other attendees this profile fits.
The flow examples, links to the branching models, and more obscure git commands were all really cool to see and explained very well. Only suggestion I'd make is from a PM point of view - it would have been helpful to see a bit more on how the deployments are checked and rated from a front-end POV, not just a repo handling view.
I'm a complete beginner not only to PHP, but also computer programing in general, so a lot of this went over my head, but I did enjoy the
facetious joking. Also, I had this stuck in my head for the rest of the day: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYodWEKCuGg
I liked some of the topics like cherry picking and rebasing that I wasn't particularly familiar with. Definitely a great speaker, kept me engaged the entire time.
Very good talk about git
Great topic. As a long-time SVN guy and part-time Mercurial guy you've got me seriously thinking about moving.
Great topic, and I liked that the speaker outlined the problems that were going to be "solved" by git workflows - then actually did it. I believe that Joel stated that that the things he was going to talk about weren't the only way, but they were the way he has come into through trial and error. I tend to like these type of talks.