In my last article, the Git tooling was introduced as a mechanism to track changes made to source code. This article expounds on that by showing how to make your local IFS Git repository (“repo” for short) publicly available to others.
When PowerRuby was first introduced in October of 2013, I penned the following quote for the announcement: There’s something special going on with Ruby and Rails. Never before has there been such coordinated community efforts to efficiently produce reusable code (aka gems) in such open and social fashions. Coding is fun again. We want to […]