This blog post describes the most interesting changes in Git 2.11. The blog post will walk you through the important changes without diving to the details.
Git is a flexible, secure, and efficient distributed version control system, suited to a range of projects. Here is a quick overview of the popular system.
Version control systems record and store multiple changes to files, so you can revert to a specific change point in the file or project's history.
How does the wiki feature differ between Deveo, GitLab, GitHub, and BitBucket? Read this blog post and find out!
What are the similarities between these version control systems? Are you migrating from one VCS to another? This list will definitely help!
This blog post covers the latest changes and newest features in Git 2.10. Git is a distributed version control system designed for speed and efficiency.
In this blog post, we cover the most important changes in Git 2.9 - a free and open source distributed version control system.
Even savvy developers can find navigating the saturated market of code hosting platforms a chore. These questions will point you in the right direction.
It is not recommended to store large binary files in version control systems. See, how you can avoid that by using WebDAV repositories in Deveo.
A blog post describing hands-on instructions on how to integrate TeamCity continuous integration server to Git feature branch workflow using Deveo.