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SkillsCast

EGit

17th June 2010 in London at Skills Matter

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In this podcast, Alex Blewitt gave a talks on EGit. EGit is an Eclipse Team provider for the Git version control system. Alex started his talk with an introduction to Distributed Version Control System (DVCS) concepts, and gave a demo of the upcoming Git support in Eclipse.

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Alex Blewitt

Dr Alex Blewitt cut his teeth programming object-oriented systems using NeXTstep and Objective-C over 20 years ago. He migrated to OS X with the release of 10.0 and has been using it ever since. More recently, he has published the second edition of Swift Essentials, which updates the book from its original release in 2014 to the latest version of Swift. He can be found on Twitter @albue, and if the weather’s nice, you may spot him in the sky, flying near Cranfield airport.

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In this podcast, Alex Blewitt gave a talks on EGit. EGit is an Eclipse Team provider for the Git version control system. Alex started his talk with an introduction to Distributed Version Control System (DVCS) concepts, and gave a demo of the upcoming Git support in Eclipse.

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EGit

Alex Blewitt

Dr Alex Blewitt cut his teeth programming object-oriented systems using NeXTstep and Objective-C over 20 years ago. He migrated to OS X with the release of 10.0 and has been using it ever since. More recently, he has published the second edition of Swift Essentials, which updates the book from its original release in 2014 to the latest version of Swift. He can be found on Twitter @albue, and if the weather’s nice, you may spot him in the sky, flying near Cranfield airport.