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    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    Who dat?
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    Richard Stallman
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    Heh. I blame the hair
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    his voice and speech patterns just drive me nuts like the way he says Linux
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    Whenever I hear stallman's name I hear Gary Gnu new saying no Gnus is good Gnus.
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    lol
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    But Gary has a lot of hair.
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    I'll have to check it out
    the only thing stallman has ever said that I found in the least bit amusing is that he's saint ignucias the pope of the church of emacs
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    lol
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    so I get that github is the defacto standard for pretty much the entire industry at the moment and has been for several years but are there any pros to things like google code? I know source forge has become kind of suspect over the last 2-3yrs
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    google code is dead. But, there are alternatives. Bitbucket is a favored one.
    Bitbucket runs on a git backbone as well.
    git = linus. github = a website that hosts git repositories online. bitbucket = a website that hosts git repositories online.
    If you don't need to keep code online for all to see, you can purely use just git. I also have git repositories that are in dropbox folders so I get the benefits of versioning and branching as well as accessing the files on multiple machines without having the code public on github.
    There is... another software besides git that some people use... SVN. But... I rarely see anything positive about it xD But it's an option.
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    I was mostly just wondering why those projects never became more, usually google excels in its projects. The idea of using google drive or dropbox is kind of interesting since i have 100 gigs on drive. TOP wants you to get used to github but I don't see much of a point until I'm doing things worth a damn
    apparently drive doesn't work lol
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    getting versioning software right is HARD. git works and is actively updated (again, it's a linus project). Why GitHub wins over something like BitBucket? I don't know. Momentum probably. They have the people already (again, linus is there... altho is isn't a fan).
    Google uses their own version software but it's built to work in a really LARGE scale so I'm not sure if we'll ever see it as it probably wouldn't work for small scale (or be overkill at the least).
    My advice would be the same as TOP. Git is hard (at first). GitHub is a layer on top of that hard. Really the only way to learn is to use it over and over and over and over and over again.
    Even if you just use git on a local without all the github remote repo stuff.
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    so far I've found git commands to be pretty straight forward fortunately, using it effectively seems to be a whole new school though
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    Even my homeautomation scripts are a github repo xD I don't have to rebuild HAL up everytime. Just clone it and I'm good to go again. Something breaks? Revert a change.
    That's the trick.
    commands are easy. learning when to branch, why it's important, how to handle merges etc etc etc.
    Tho... being able to branch the home automation is nice... I can checkout a branch and work on stuff while the roommate is away and then it's just a checkout master away from going back to defacto actually works code (he isn't a fan when the light don't work :laughing: )
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    lmao
    yea and it seems like TOP is really glazing over the, this is the nitty gritty about using git
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    It's... not easy to teach the nitty gritty. I've taken lessons where they teach it... and... it doesn't matter. Until I actually had repos and started using it and then finding things I needed to do and then having to search to find out how to do... then going "oh.. yeah... that was in that course... "... not until then did it actually make sense.
    I think that might be the meat of the problem. It doesn't make sense until you actually have the opportunity to do it.
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    Altogether possible guess I'd better come up with a project in the next few months
    JBC944
    @JBC944
    is there a package is atom text editor that finds errors and find file paths?
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    where is everyone?
    Tavorodz
    @Tavorodz
    Hi Everyone
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    hey how goes it
    Tavorodz
    @Tavorodz
    Doing good and you
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    I'm doing well, 8hrs into an 11 hour day
    Tavorodz
    @Tavorodz
    almost there then. Are we the only ones here
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    I think so
    Tavorodz
    @Tavorodz
    so how long have you been in the tech industry
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    9yrs in July
    doing sys admin work and reopair the whole time
    are you in tech already?
    Tavorodz
    @Tavorodz
    nope but I am interested in it
    I just started recently to learn HTML5 and CSS
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    css is awesome, I'd be happy enough getting an entry level job where that's all I did all day
    Tavorodz
    @Tavorodz
    seems pretty cool. Any good resources to learn more about it besides learning in freecodecamp?
    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    There's another school I'm doing called theodinproject but check out MDN and w3schools too