So, how are you holding up?
In pursuit of happiness in these difficult times, I will continue my gratitude journal.
Last week I wrote about Stimulus.js and why am I grateful for it.
This week I will focus on something fundamental for most of us - git.
I am probably not only one who cannot imagine working without
git these days, but it wasn't always that way.
When I started learning to code, I had no idea there is anything like version control systems. I just made new and new files with names like
code_2_0_new and so. You may know what I am talking about.
I learned to use
git after that - or to be more precise, I mostly learned how to operate GitHub (which was the same for me at a time).
So, I was very surprised when I was supposed to use TortoiseSVN in my first job. It was really weird, ugly and complicated. Soon, I happily returned to git.
Since then, I am using git almost daily - at work (learning how to use it for collaboration) or in my hobby projects (adding things like pre-commit, integrating with deploys and so).
I am no expert in git, I have a lot to learn, but even now, it helps me with my programming tremendously.
What are you grateful for? :)
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