Source: GitLab Blog | Author: Valerie Silverthorne
소스 코드 관리 툴이자 가장 유명한 오픈 소스 소프트웨어 프로젝트인 Git은 2020년 4월에 15년이 되었습니다. 그것은 어떻게 보더라도 획기적인 사건이고, 우리 팀은 Git에 대해 할 말이 많다는 것은 당연한 일입니다. 과거에 했던 초보자를 위한 설명을 되돌려보고, 우리는 Git에 대한 궁극적인 가이드를 만들었습니다.
If you’re just getting started with software development, you’ll have questions. Luckily, we have answers including background on developer Linus Torvalds in “A beginner’s guide to Git”.
The godfather of Git, Linus Torvalds.
Get more out of Git
We all spend a ton of time working with Git so it makes sense to polish up your workflow so it shines. We’ve got the lowdown on Git blame, .gitignore, how to pull frequently, and more.
Missed Git Merge?
Not everyone was lucky enough to attend the actual, in-person Git birthday party. Here’s our first-person account of the festivities, complete with lots of pictures.
Why Git flow doesn’t always go with the flow
You can have too much of a good thing, and if you doubt that, perhaps it’s because you haven’t yet encountered Git flow. Although designed to streamline development it ends up creating extra effort – too many branches and too much task switching. Never fear, though, we have a solution.
Git goes (really) big
When Git was invented 15 years ago, video streaming (and gaming) weren’t even on the horizon. Git can handle those huge files but there’s one hiccup: You can’t just download the one you need, Git insists you download all of them. Enter Git Partial Clone which speeds up the process so you can just grab the file you need. Here’s how it works.
GitLab and GitHub on Git
Never say never
Brendan also admitted that 15 years ago, he was never ever going to use Git. Ahem. Feel free to enjoy his mea culpa.
Dive into GitOps
You’ve heard the term, now is the time to understand what GitOps means and how it can work – well – in real world applications. Here’s what you need to know about continuous delivery to production.