Working with Git
Git is fantastic for version control, I have been using it quite often this month for work and personal projects.
Although this isn’t the first time I have used Git, I did use it whilst at university. Although at that time I only used the Github Windows GUI client and whilst it was okay it did turn out to be slow.
Since I have begun using Git at work, I have started to only use the Git CLI client. Using the Command Line makes using Git so much quicker, since I needed some further reading regarding Git I came across the Git Pocket Guide. This book is pretty much a cut down version of Version Control with Git. The pocket book is great and has the answers to any questions you may have.
Whilst I have used Github at university and currently at work, I now use Bitbucket for my personal projects. Bitbucket offers unlimited private repositories although unlike Github, it doesn’t have a large community.