Category Archives: Note to self

Rewriting Git history

The other day I made about 30 commits to a project without realizing my editor was adding spaces to the files even though they mostly contained tabs. I really couldn’t care less whether files have tabs or spaces, but consistency … Continue reading

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Hypothesis, Measurement, Decision

“Build Measure Learn” is a popular mantra from the Lean Startup world and it’s a great way to structure things. There’s extensive advice on getting it right, unfortunately though, to me, the words don’t have the right connotations when condensed … Continue reading

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My Git setup on Windows

GitExtensions¬†– Free, cross-platform Git UI giving good visibility of the relationship between commits/branches while providing the power to achieve most everyday functions (commit, merge, interactive rebase, and many more) Tip: During installation, choose the option which integrates with the windows … Continue reading

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