Even if online Github Pull Request is a nice and effective tool, in some situation you need to open your solution in Visual Studio to verify something.Continue reading
Today I had the pleasure to attend “Git and GitHub Training” held by Tim Berglund one of the GitHubber, so called because he is working at Github.
In the past I enjoyed very much the video Tim and Matthew McCullough, another GitHubber, did for O’ReillyContinue reading
I previously talked about “Running Github Hubot on a Windows machine”, “Using Github hubot and Appharbor service hook to get deployment status in Campfire/HipChat rooms” or even “Starting TeamCity builds from HipChat using Github Hubot”.
All those solution rely on an external chat service either Altassian HipChat or 37signals Campfire.Continue reading
Appharbor provides a service hook which let’s you get informed when a build is finished sending both succeeded and failed builds.
We wanted to use this to get informed in our Campfire / HipChat room so that our distributed team can be informed about builds status without having to go to AppHarbor web site.Continue reading
I finally managed to get Github Hubot running on my Windows 7 64 bits machine. Thanks to Sean Copenhaver & Thomas Kahlow which pointed me to the correct direction on the ‘Run hubot on windows’ discussion.
So here is how I did it.Continue reading
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