Setting Up Git with Multiple Remote Repositories

When I initially started using Git I only ever bothered with the local repository. Add some files, change some files, stage them, commit them but never did I push them to a remote repository. Then after a while I decided that I wanted to move some of the projects I had hosted online in Subversion to a host offering Git so I had a bit to learn. I’m documenting it here for when I need to do it again as I tend to forget things that I don’t do too often.

I have three online Git hosts: GitHub, unfuddle.com, and projectlocker.com. All of them want a public key as a means Continue reading “Setting Up Git with Multiple Remote Repositories”

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Setting Up Git with Multiple Remote Repositories

Solving The Wrong Problems

Is there any justification in this day and age for hand rolling your own data access layer?
Simply put, no. So don’t.

Same goes for messaging. Why build your own framework on top of WCF and be responsible for forever having to bend it to meet the latest requirements?

Today there are countless ways to get data into and out of an application, all of them encapsulating the tedium, pain, and experience of those who’ve gone before so that you don’t have to. For data access there’s LinqToSql, Entity Framework, NHibernate, Continue reading “Solving The Wrong Problems”

Solving The Wrong Problems