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- Thom on Github, Twitter, Sitepoint
- Git Fundamentals book
- Learnable: Introduction to Nitrous.io
- nitrous.io (for hosted development sandbox)
- ScreenHero (for remote pairing)
- Beegit (authoring platform)
- Mastering Git* on Packt Publishing
- Repository for resources, addendum, etc.
- The Gititudes
- Kohsuke Kawaguchi’s thoughts on what should be in your commit message
How to find lost stashes
During a discussion of git-lost-found (now deprecated in favor of git fsck --lost-found), we asked how to find dropped stashes. git fsck --lost-found will indeed show these as well, although you have to inspect them yourself to identify which came from stash.
00:02:56 Tell us about your background
00:04:14 What is your experience with VCS?
00:05:47 You have a video course out about Git. Tell us about it!
00:06:28 What is SitePoint?
00:12:32 A video course on/by Packt?
00:13:09 Tell us more about the structure of your video course.
00:15:39 You had your son do the graphical artistry?
00:16:16 Always interesting to see how Git is visualized
00:18:11 Let's talk about nitrous.io
00:30:09 Tangent: Installing GIt on different OSes
00:32:10 Any other things from your video course you would like to discuss?
00:33:20 How do I find lost commits?
00:35:45 Don't stashes appear in the reflog?
00:40:11 What are the other "Gititudes"?
00:45:37 Crafting history, commit messages, squashing vs merging?
01:00:29 How much Git teaching is still left to do in the world?
01:04:13 Where can people find you online?
01:04:58 What is your favorite Git pro tip?
01:05:43 Thank you for coming onto the show!
01:06:36 Bonus: Head in the closet?