Version Control

Distributed VS Server Based Version Control Systems

This video will discuss the differences and advantages of using a distributed version control system, like Git, compared to a server based version control system, like SubVersion or SourceSafe.

This video was originally produced for my clients who tend to be small organizations, but the video discusses large project implementations as well.… Read the rest

Git, Gitosis, Putty and Windows

GITI was recently sold on the idea of replacing SubVersion as my version control of choice and moving to GIT, or at least installing GIT and seeing for myself if it is that much better than SubVersion.  The first step was to install GIT on my computers so that I could play with it.… Read the rest

SubVersion Instead of Visual SourceSafe

By now, many of you using Visual SourceSafe with Visual Studio 2008 know that VSS doesn’t work with VS2008 out of the box.  There is a fix available which the link below will lead you to.  However, you shouldn’t be using Visual SourceSafe anymore any how. … Read the rest