Git Merge Conflict Tutorial | Resolving Merge Conflicts In Git | DevOps Training | Edureka

2 days ago
In this Edureka YouTube live session, we will show you how to resolve merge conflicts in Git. Below are the topics that will be covered in this live session: 1. What is Git 2. Git Commands 3. Git Workflows 4. How to Handle Merge Conflicts Check our complete DevOps playlist here: DevOps Tutorial Blog […]

Mapbox Uses AWS to Successfully Launch New Customers

1 month ago
Learn more about delivering content using AWS – Mapbox is an open-source mapping platform that helps users design and publish custom maps quickly, enabling its users to pin travel spots on Pinterest, find restaurants on Foursquare, and visualize data on GitHub. The company, which runs its production environment on AWS, has been on the […]

GitHub Satellite 2017

2 months ago
As always, feel free to leave us a comment below and don’t forget to subscribe: Thanks! Connect with us. Facebook: Twitter: Google+: LinkedIn: About GitHub GitHub is the best place to share code with friends, co-workers, classmates, and complete strangers. Millions of people use GitHub to build amazing things together. […]

Github Basics

3 months ago
In this video you will learn the basics of using git with the GitHub desktop app. At the end we create a simple “Hello World” website. After watching this video you will know how to publish a site to GitHub Pages. Example:

Crescent Wrenches, Socket Sets, and Other Tools For Debugging – CodeConf 2016

3 months ago
Presented by Kerri Miller Software exists in a constant state of failure, facing pressure on many fronts – malicious intruders, hapless users, accidental features, and our own limits of imagination all conspire to bring our system to a screeching halt. Untangle even the most tangled of Gordian Knots by building your own toolkit for inquiry, […]

Twitter Heron In Practice – CodeConf 2016

3 months ago
Presented by Maosong Fu Twitter generates millions of events per second. It is a huge challenge to analyze these events in real time. Twitter designed and deployed a new streaming system called Heron. Heron has been in production since mid 2014 and is widely used for diverse use cases by several teams. In this talk, […]

Behavior Design: Teaching Your Users’ Security – CodeConf 2016

3 months ago
Presented by Sonya Mann When you’re shipping a product or service — or a resource that doesn’t fit into either category — you can do a lot of technical work that protects your users behind the scenes. But it’s just as important to communicate security and privacy principles to your users, empowering them to take […]

Enabling Data-Driven Public-Private Collaborations – CodeConf 2016

3 months ago
Presented by Tyrone Grandison The U.S. Department of Commerce collects, processes and disseminates data on a range of issues that impact our nation. Having a host of data and ensuring that this data is open and accessible to all are two separate issues. This session will cover the Commerce Data Usability Project (CDUP) – a […]

Design for Non-Designers – CodeConf 2016

3 months ago
Presented by Tracy Osborn Designing, when you are a programmer, can be super intimidating. This talk will highlight the best ways to improve your design and UX skills so you can create an interfaces that are usable and at least semi-attractive without hiring a designer — guaranteed no designer-y jargon. About CodeConf CodeConf improves the […]

From closed to open, a tale about Parse – CodeConf 2016

3 months ago
Present by Florent Vilmart Shaking the world of many mobile developers and startups, Facebook announced Parse was shutting down in 2017. Alongside that announce, parse-server was released on github. We’ll discuss in that session the impact it had on the community of developers as well as the bright future open source givers to the popular […]

The HashiCorp Formula to Open Source – CodeConf 2016

3 months ago
Presented by Mitchell Hashimoto HashiCorp has built and released eight different large open source tools over the past 4 years. These tools receive millions of downloads per month, all while spanning three separate user types: developers, operators, and security. I am often asked what the process is like from start to ship: how did we […]

Emerging Models for Open Source Contributions – CodeConf 2016

3 months ago
Presented by Nadia Eghbal Healthy, popular open source projects require significant time in the form of contributions. Where does that time come from? We’ll explore a brief history of successful contribution models, as well emerging philosophies for managing contributions in today’s modern world. About CodeConf CodeConf improves the software community by providing a forum for […]