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Ricci Gian Maria03/18/13
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Visual Studio Tools for Git: A Primer

If you installed Update 2 CTP 4 (now it has go-live and supports upgrade to RTM) you should also install the Visual Studio Tools for Git that permits to work with Git repository directly from a Team Explorer extension.

Paul Reed03/18/13
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The Ship Show: PaaS, Play or Passé?

As more and more services move into the cloud, organizations are trying to find ways to realize the tenets of “DevOps culture” by making it easier for developers interface directly with their infrastructure.

Paul Hammant03/17/13
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Article Syndication on GitHub via Subversion

I’m so excited. I’ve just made a proof of concept of the article-syndication idea I previous wrote about. The proof of concept is entirely demonstrated on GitHub.

Jessica Thornsby03/17/13
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Switch Your Subversion Working Copy

Apache Subversion’s ‘svn switch’ command allows users to update a working copy to a different URL. This is useful when you need to update your working copy to mirror a newly-created branch.

Vinitha Rajagopal03/15/13
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A quick glance into Distributed Transaction

A typical online shopping would have an order management system, inventory system, purchase order system.

Paul Hammant03/15/13
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Facebook's Trunk Based Development (Take 2)

A week ago, I wrote an article before on Trunk Based Development (TBD) at Facebook, but there’s newer source material. At InfoQ’s QCon this time, Chuck Rossi presented newer TBD practices and release workflow at Facebook.

Filip Ekberg03/14/13
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Seeing Problems Differently

We always have interesting discussions at work, both philosophical and mostly programming discussions. Sometimes the things people say make you think a while longer.

Jessica Thornsby03/14/13
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Subversion’s SVN Annotate Command

Apache Subversion’s ‘svn annotate’ command allows users to view a line-by-line breakdown of all the changes that have been applied to a human-readable file in your working copy.

Mikko Ohtamaa03/14/13
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The Ultimate Python Colorized Logger

To make logging based debugging and diagnostics more fun, I created the following enhanced Python logging solution.

Arun Kumar03/14/13
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Ready-to-Go Scripts for Customizing AWS Elastic Beanstalk

Linux Bash scripts that can be used for customizing an AWS Elastic Beanstalk Environment.

Paul Underwood03/14/13
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Dependency Injection with Test Driven Development

With unit tests you can check that your code behaviours just as you expect it to. When writing your unit tests you shouldn't need to worry about if any other area of the application is working correctly.

Kevin Remde03/14/13
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Virtualization Storage Defined: Server Virtualization (Day 5)

I’m sure some of you are more well-versed in the area of storage than others. And no matter where you fall on that continuum, you may be wondering what kinds of storage are available for Hyper-V Virtualization.

Eric Gregory03/13/13
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Links You Don't Want To Miss (3/13)

Today: Python at Netflix, a Turing-equivalent language in seven lines and three minutes, version control for word processing, and a gem of a Ruby love story.

Eric Gregory03/13/13
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An Introduction to Salt Stack

Salt is gaining momentum as a config management tool. This talk by Thomas Hatch makes for a good introduction.

Jessica Thornsby03/13/13
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Is Subversion Ready for the Enterprise?

At WANdisco, we firmly believe that Apache Subversion is a commercial quality version control system ready for the enterprise.