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GeneralRe: Git is simply too hard Pin
Dominic Burford17-Nov-20 9:32
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GeneralRe: Git is simply too hard Pin
Kent Sharkey17-Nov-20 9:52
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GeneralRe: Git is simply too hard Pin
MarkTJohnson17-Nov-20 10:30
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GeneralRe: Git is simply too hard Pin
Kent Sharkey17-Nov-20 10:31
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GeneralRe: Git is simply too hard Pin
Tasadit18-Nov-20 2:51
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GeneralRe: Git is simply too hard Pin
Marc Clifton18-Nov-20 9:20
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GeneralRe: Git is simply too hard Pin
Kent Sharkey18-Nov-20 9:27
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GeneralRe: Git is simply too hard Pin
Marc Clifton18-Nov-20 12:24
mvaMarc Clifton18-Nov-20 12:24 
Kent Sharkey wrote:
Most of our team has standardized on GitHub Desktop,


I use SmartGit but my activities are really only create branches, commit, merge, resolve conflicts, and sometimes revert, which sucks (not SmartGit's fault) because you can't just merge the branch back in. Git thinks the changes have already been applied because it's in the commit change.

I haven't dared to figure out how cherry picking works. One of my coworkers wants me to start doing pull requests. Given the repo is managed by BitBucket, which sucks, pull requests add a few precious minutes to the work day for each commit. And the only person qualified to review the changes is, well, basically me. So I fail to see the point, as I'd simply be approving my own pull requests! A very off-color NSFW analogy just popped into my head. Laugh | :laugh:

NewsOn exactitude in technical debt Pin
Kent Sharkey17-Nov-20 7:01
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NewsWindows 10: Microsoft reveals Pluton security chip – 'Expect Patch Tuesday-type updates' Pin
Kent Sharkey17-Nov-20 5:16
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GeneralRe: Windows 10: Microsoft reveals Pluton security chip – 'Expect Patch Tuesday-type updates' Pin
Chris Maunder17-Nov-20 5:38
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GeneralRe: Windows 10: Microsoft reveals Pluton security chip – 'Expect Patch Tuesday-type updates' Pin
Dan Neely18-Nov-20 2:31
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NewsWindows Kerberos authentication breaks due to security updates Pin
Kent Sharkey16-Nov-20 11:01
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GeneralRe: Windows Kerberos authentication breaks due to security updates Pin
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GeneralRe: Windows Kerberos authentication breaks due to security updates Pin
David O'Neil16-Nov-20 15:01
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GeneralRe: Windows Kerberos authentication breaks due to security updates Pin
Chris Maunder17-Nov-20 5:38
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NewsThe old way of handing out corporate hardware doesn’t work anymor Pin
Kent Sharkey16-Nov-20 11:01
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GeneralRe: The old way of handing out corporate hardware doesn’t work anymor Pin
Joe Woodbury16-Nov-20 11:15
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GeneralRe: The old way of handing out corporate hardware doesn’t work anymor Pin
Kent Sharkey16-Nov-20 11:20
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GeneralRe: The old way of handing out corporate hardware doesn’t work anymor Pin
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GeneralRe: The old way of handing out corporate hardware doesn’t work anymor Pin
Kent Sharkey16-Nov-20 11:34
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GeneralRe: The old way of handing out corporate hardware doesn’t work anymor Pin
Chris Maunder17-Nov-20 5:37
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JokeRe: The old way of handing out corporate hardware doesn’t work anymore Pin
Richard Deeming16-Nov-20 23:35
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GeneralRe: The old way of handing out corporate hardware doesn’t work anymor Pin
Marc Clifton17-Nov-20 2:00
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