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Git Scales for Monorepos with Derrick Stolee

In a version control system, a Monorepo is a version control management strategy in which all your code is contained in one potentially large but complete repository.  The monorepo is

Data Version Control with Dmitry Petrov

Code is version controlled through git, the version control system originally built to manage the Linux codebase. For decades, software has been developed using git for version control.

GitHub Mobile with Brian Lovin and Ryan Nystrom

GitHub has been a social network for developers for many years. Most social networks are centered around mobile applications, but GitHub sits squarely in a developer’s browser-based

Splice: Music Collaboration with Matt Aimonetti

Music collaboration has historically been accomplished by musicians gathering in bands. A band is usually an in-person, physical manifestation: a drummer, a guitarist, a piano player.

Git Vulnerability with Edward Thomson

Git is a distributed file system for version control. Git is extremely reliable, fast, and secure, owing to the fact that it is one of the oldest pieces of open source software. But even