Everyday Rails

Articles tagged git

Everyday Git: Search the git log from the command line

Your project's git log can tell you stories, but you have to know how to look for them. Here's how I explore a code base's history, using built-in command line tools. (January 02, 2017)

Everyday Git: Clean up and start over

Git makes it easy to experiment with ideas before committing them for posterity. Here's one way to get rid of those experiments when they go bad. (February 27, 2014)

Black lives matter.

I stand with the Black community against systemic racism, police violence and brutality, intolerance, and hate in the United States and worldwide. We must all demand better from our leaders, and ourselves. Stop tolerating intolerance.

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Test with confidence!

If you liked my series on practical advice for adding reliable tests to your Rails apps, check out the expanded ebook version. Lots of additional, exclusive content and a complete sample Rails application.

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