Self Updating Git Repos

TL;DR In this post I write a small bash script that updates your Git repos in the background. It is completely hands-free, and pops up a desktop notification whenever it syncs up.

At my workplace I commit to 11 different Git repos. And that doesn’t include my open-source work! If you, like me, have several active projects on Github, it’s not possible to remember to keep them updated. Continue reading


Git Branches

Ever wondered if there was a quick guide to working with branches. Sure there’s Git SCM and Git Ref, but it’s not always obvious what that one line of code is that you need, right now!. So here’s my attempt to address the issue. For those familiar with git, but don’t quite know what command to run.

This is a list of git commands for common situations when working with branches. It addresses branch creation, discovery and syncronization. Continue reading