Friday, November 14, 2014

Adding my project to GitHub

Finally, I pushed my own test project on GitHub!!

Okay, I know it's not a big deal,  but it's my first step to use git more than just a logging tool in local machines.

Actually I was slightly scared by the complexity of git, especially its mystical jargon such as rebase, merge, cherry-pick and so on.

I thought, however, the git shouldn't be just used as a logging tool locally. Also, I wanted to use GitHub as the code repository which would be convenient to people who want to check my code. By upload my code to GitHub, I don't need to copy and paste it in the blog post. That's a better and smarter approach to share source code.

Oh, before I dived into GitHub, I found the following links helped a lot:
1. try Git, an interactive tutorial to give you a basic understanding;
2. Adding an existing project to GitHub using the command line

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