I have some projects that I do not wish to be viewed publicly (some of them are school course work), but I want to show them to my potential employers. Ideally, I would be able to generate some ...
I've found many Code Review tools: Phabricator (by Facebook) - http://phabricator.org/ Rietveld (by Google) - http://code.google.com/appengine/articles/rietveld.html GitHub - https://github.com/ ...
First allow me to coin a term: code goal-tending: Checking out code in the morning, then silently reviewing all of the changes made by the other developers the previous day file by file, ...
I worked as a lone developer for a long time. During this time, I developed a way of formulating and ordering commit messages: Refactor first, describe exactly the reason for the commit in the ...
For instance, I have a file with poor indentation (at least incoherant with the rest of the project). If I correct the indentation and commit, there will be a serious change in the file at a certain ...
I have recently started working in a team where there is no version control. Most of the team members are not used to any kind of version control. I've been using mercurial privately to track my work. ...
I'm only a junior developer but my job forces me to work with really terrible PHP code (think about the worst PHP code you've seen; then think about code twice as bad). I usually try to fix bugs and ...
So I just created my first GitHub repository and started to wonder if there would be any reason why somebody shouldn't post their code. I don't mean the obvious, such as code that is IP of somebody ...