One of the cool things about Git is that it has strong cryptographic integrity. If you change any bit in the commit data or any of the files it keeps, all the checksums change, including the commit SHA and every commit SHA since that one. However, that means that in Continue Reading

Pro Git On Kindle

When Pro Git was first released, I asked about being able to get it on my Kindle. In fact, one of the very first people to read the book was @adelcambre with a mobi file I generated myself. It was horrible looking, because I didn’t do it very well, but Continue Reading