Git & github

A few weeks ago, while learning Python, I became acquainted with Git (and its social coding/web-based derivative Github), an extremely powerful, free and open source tool for source control management (SCM). One of the nicest thing about Git is that it’s distributed and allows rigorous version control of your codes, without sacrificing the collaborative side of shared project development. If you are interested to know more about Git & Github, have a look at the following links:

Beyond the coding community, the spirit and principles behind Git represent a very attractive scaffold for designing, managing and leading all sorts of collaborative project. To know more about these developments, watch the brilliant TED talk given by Clay Shirkey. It looks like a lot remains to be done in that direction, including some very incipient/personal ideas that can’t wait to be nurtured…

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