Perl has embraced git in a big way, but it is not a very easy system to learn from scratch. Even tutorials that are available don’t really talk about how to exploit git best for Perl coders. As a result, most people need some help figuring out how to accomplish goal X, Y, or Z when they need to use git to make meaningful contributions to Git Hub hosted projects.
So this talk is designed to give beginners (and people a little bit more advanced) the foundation they need to feel confident creating and contributing to git hosted projects.
Some of the topics that will be covered include:
Mark Allen has over 10 years of experience as a software developer, system administrator and security architect.
He has given presentations to hundreds of peer developers at his $dayjob and at venues like OSCON, Frozen Perl workshop, YAPC::NA, Pittsburgh Perl workshop and others.
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