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This month's presenter is provided by the 2012 Pacific Northwest Software Symposium and there will be a raffle for a free pass to the conference.
Matthew McCullough, the VP of Training for GitHub, has been training on all things Git for 5 years and is deeply involved in teaching students about the command line Git tool, its underlying engineering, and the web based components of GitHub and how they've transformed the landscape of collaborative coding.
Version control has frequently been regarded as a mere annoyance; a way to back up source code so you don't lose it if your hard drive dies. However, version control has always had higher aspirations and the combination of Git and GitHub are making some of those ideas possible.
We'll take a look at the migration paths from SVN to Git, including:
... and we'll continue that line of thinking but bring it up a level of abstraction to encompass the team point of view, discussing:
Pizza and Pop will be provided by TekSystems and I will NOT be video-taping the meeting.