MacOS ships with Git by default and it works out of the box, but this version of Git is not the latest and does not receive any type of update, unless you switch to a newer release of MacOS. MacOS updates its libraries once every release this means if you Big Sur shipped with Python… Continue reading Latest Git on MacOS
Microsoft recently announced Visual Studio Code in its BUILD conference. Visual Studio Code is a free build of Visual Studio that supports Windows, Mac, and Linux. Visual Studio Code is built for developers who focus on ASP.NET or Node.js. It has Git integration, It’s a really good source/text editor currently in its preview stage and… Continue reading Visual Studio Code on Ubuntu
GitLab is an open source web-based Git repository manager with features like GitHub like wiki, issue tracking. GitLab CE lets developers host a GitLab instance on their own servers that lets developers store source code on their own private server that gives them more freedom, and lets them choose the type of hardware they prefer… Continue reading How to install and setup GitLab Community Edition on Ubuntu
In this article, you’ll be learning how to install the [Octopress Framework](http://octopress.org) on your Raspberry Pi. We’ve tried it for some time now, and it is just plain amazing to work on. A blogging framework for hackers indeed.