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hpr0789 :: GeekNights Git: the fast version control system

The GeekNights podcast provides an introduction to the Git version control system

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In this episode they talk about Git: the fast version control system

The technical discussion begins about 30 minutes in.

From http://frontrowcrew.com/geeknights/20110801/git/

Git

Monday August 1, 2011

Tonight on GeekNights, we talk about Git: the fast version control system. First, Scott discovers the sadness of attempting to develop iOS Applications on our poor old Mac Mini (Core Solo), Rym built his HTPC, and GeekNights has a fancy new Facebook page. In the news, commodity face recognition, data mining, and data aggregation will do exactly what we expected and can, among other things, reveal your SSN. Adobe releases a preview of Edge.


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