Vor fast zwei Jahren hielt Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen schon mal in Bonn einen Vortrag über das verteilte Quellcode-Verwaltungssystem Git. Damals ging es noch darum, diverse Probleme beim Betrieb unter Windows zu umschiffen. Heute ist Git unter Windows erwachsen geworden, nicht zuletzt durch Microsofts Engagement - ein erneuter Blick lohnt sich also!
Using Git on Windows (2.0) Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen
Git is a distributed revision control and source code management tool that was initially designed and developed for Linux kernel development. Windows support was long rumored to be lousy, but by now it has come a long way, and has even been adopted by Microsoft and most other big vendors out there. More and more Windows developers are using Git, and recently Visual Studio and TFS added native Git support.
This talk includes a quick intro to the Git basics, and a demonstration of how to get it running in a typical Windows environment and in Visual Studio. We'll also take a look at what it's like to participate in an open-source project on Github.
Über den Sprecher
Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen is a software developer who likes sharing what he knows. You can find out more about him on http://www.tfnico.com.