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Register for Understanding and Using Git at Eclipse (Webinar)

Shawn Pearce (Google) and I will be giving a webinar on Understanding and Using Git at Eclipse in mid July. We’ll try our best to brainwash you.

By that time, more projects will have moved to Git at Eclipse (and even elsewhere) and EGit/JGit 0.8.0 will be out so we will have more goodies to share with everyone.

So what are you waiting for, register in advance.

If you want to us to discuss anything special, please let me know via the comments.

  • Wim Jongman

    Cool! Sign me up.

  • ralf_ebert

    Great, looking forward to the webinar!

    I did some quite successful Git brainwashing so far, unfortunately I was only allowed to brainwash the EclipseCon audience about SWTBot, but not about Git πŸ™‚

    I'm currently working on a screencast showing how I use Git for my everyday versioning needs, I just pushed out the agenda for feedback. This basically is my standard agenda to convice people to have a look into Git, maybe you can get an idea or two from it: http://www.ralfebert.de/blog/eclipsercp/git/

  • dennisdoubleday

    I would like a discussion about how you do release management. In a centralized SCM tool, there is a main release branch that everyone contributes to and the release comes from there. In Git, theoretically all branches are equal and you can pull code from anywhere. When I'm assembling a release, how do I know that that I have pulled (or had pushed to me) all the changes that should go into the release?

  • Wim Jongman

    Cool! Sign me up.

  • ralf_ebert

    Great, looking forward to the webinar!

    I did some quite successful Git brainwashing so far, unfortunately I was only allowed to brainwash the EclipseCon audience about SWTBot, but not about Git πŸ™‚

    I'm currently working on a screencast showing how I use Git for my everyday versioning needs, I just pushed out the agenda for feedback. This basically is my standard agenda to convice people to have a look into Git, maybe you can get an idea or two from it: http://www.ralfebert.de/blog/eclipsercp/git/

  • dennisdoubleday

    I would like a discussion about how you do release management. In a centralized SCM tool, there is a main release branch that everyone contributes to and the release comes from there. In Git, theoretically all branches are equal and you can pull code from anywhere. When I'm assembling a release, how do I know that that I have pulled (or had pushed to me) all the changes that should go into the release?