Category: GIT

Preparing GitHub repository for open source

Lots of developers do pet projects besides their job. Things are pretty straightforward when you work alone. You code some functionality, then commit the changes and push it to the repository like GitHub, Bitbucket or Gitlab. Simple is that. But...

Working with microservices and GIT

Microservices are still pretty popular in our industry since they imply lots of benefits. However working with that kind of architecture might be annoying when it comes to commit the changes using GIT. Why? Simply because in a common approach,...