Doing DevRel digitally, rather than exclusively via the airport/conference model, is inclusive, impactful and intentional. This post reflects on 2020, the (first?) year of no travel, and which changes should stay with us in the new normal Continue reading →
I’ve seen quite a bit of chatter later about the GitHub Codespaces feature lately, and I have beta access to it so I thought I’d share my first impressions and make some notes of what I’ve tried that might be … Continue reading →
Last talk of 2019 was at DevRelCon London. There’s something quite strange about speaking to a room of people who are also speakers themselves but I think it went OK! View GitHub is Your Documentation Landing Page on Notist.
I know you worked hard on your documentation landing page but developers didn’t get the memo and will land all over your published GitHub Repos, looking for all sorts of things. This talk gives you some pointers on how to … Continue reading →
Did GitHub change their activity feed? Or am I getting more confused now I contribute to so many different projects that I’m not a maintainer of? Either way, I struggle sometimes to find the pull request or issue that I … Continue reading →
The scenario: the “main” repository of a git project has changed, either an organisation rebranded, a project got a new maintainer, or a fork became the acknowledged master. In Subversion, this was the svn switch command and git has an … Continue reading →