Git for Beginners

This is a very basic guide of Git for beginners. Git is a version-control system for tracking changes in files associated to projects of different types. It is primarily used for source-code management in software development, but it can be used to keep track of changes in any set of files.

Without a version control system, you probably used to frequently save copies your work-in-progress in zip files. But when you feel that your work is a mess and you need to get back to a previous version of some files, how to deal with mixed changes in files? It’s a real pain to do that. Git and other version control systems like SVN are a great solution.

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Configure a MacBook for Development

After years working with Windows and Linux workstations, now I need to configure a MacBook for development. Some years before, a MacBook was a natural tool for Designers and Media producers. But now, many developers are using a MacBook for software development. The developer community behind MacBooks made possible to get the most useful developer tools available for Mac users. This is a my own list of steps to configure a MacBook for Development.

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