Last year, Matt Brender created the 12 Days of Commitmas, a short series of goals and articles on how to get started with Git and make it part of your daily workflow. This year, with the help of the vBrownBag crew, we’re making it bigger and better and calling it the 30 Days of Commitmas! Every workday between 12/1 and 12/30, excepting the 24th and 25th, there will be a new lesson paired with a recorded webinar. The lessons will be focused on a small goal and in the webinar, the presenter will run through the lesson plan and answer any questions presented. I’ll be presenting Rebasing with Git on 12/11.
If you’re relatively new to Git, or know it but haven’t made it part of your daily routine, I encourage you to jump in! We’ll have a little something for people of all skill levels. If you can’t participate in real time, the lessons and recorded webinars will also be available afterward.
If you know Git well, or at least well enough to give a 30-60 minute presentation to others, we could use your help! We need 8 more presenters, as of hitting publish on this post. For those interested in presenting, find an opening on the schedule (webinars are scheduled for 9pm Eastern, we may be able to make some exceptions) and reach out to me, Matt Brender, Cody Bunch, or Jonathan Frappier – or create a fork and submit a PR!
I hope to “see” you all there!