Microsoft is buying GitHub, an online code repository company that is popular collaboration tool and a social network for developers.
Microsoft is making it easier for developers to work with GitHub inside its own development tools.
Aidan Finn explains why using FTP isn’t the best way to get your code into an Azure web app and how you can integrate your code management solution into Azure web apps for direct delivery without using FTP.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith explains what Visual Studio Team Services is and how it compares to GitHub.
The Modern SharePoint Team Site releases Document Library and List Web Parts, which provides for an easier and more user-friendly experience for business users.
Apart from the amusing name, POSH-GIT is a PowerShell module for GitHub supplied as part of Git for Windows. In this Ask the Admin, I’ll show you how to use Git source control via this PowerShell module.
In this article about GitHub for Windows, learn how to add branches to GitHub repos, create pull requests and deal with merge conflicts.
Learn how to get started with GitHub for Windows. We’ll install it, add accounts, clone a repository, commit changes and sync repositories.
In today’s Ask the Admin, I’ll show you how to create a repo in GitHub that you can use with Azure DevTest Labs. As we move more towards using declarative configuration technologies like Azure Resource Manager (ARM), PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC), and in the not too distant future Azure Stack for Windows Server 2016, […]