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It just happened to me and I wonder.. what is wrong with me?
You are turning into a manager. The transformation is slow, but in the end you will not be able to listen at all and argue with a steady stream of buzzwords. Have you been bitten by one recently? Other signs are a strong allergic reaction to garlic, sunlight and holy water.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
coworker: you should increment the version number an publish to TFS. me: what's the point? it will be the exact same code. coworker: correct, you should increment the version number and publish to TFS. me: but what's the point? coworker: you should increment the version number and publish to TFS.
...... me: oh, I see, they need a new version number to publish with SCCM, right? coworker: correct, you should increment the version number and publish to TFS. me: why don't you just tell me I should do that because of SCCM? coworker: you should increment the version number an publish to TFS. me: alright, never mind, gotta make a new version and publish to SCCM. coworker: ok, good.
".45 ACP - because shooting twice is just silly" - JSOP, 2010 ----- You can never have too much ammo - unless you're swimming, or on fire. - JSOP, 2010 ----- When you pry the gun from my cold dead hands, be careful - the barrel will be very hot. - JSOP, 2013
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Despite its higher learning curve I finally took the plunge recently myself. I can live without distributed blah blah blah blah whatever, and I don't care about hype one bit. But, what sold me was it's so much easier to branch and merge in git. Especially compared to SVN. TFS is pretty good about it, but still git shines there.
Well, my intro resource was being a n00b to it and asking coworkers a ton of questions. So, I can't really recommend a good online resource. That being said, keep it simple to start with and work on a project with it.
Jira can connect to your git and link checkins with tickets. I'd advise you to try a GUI app like Git Extensions to do the basics with git rather than struggling with the command line. Once you get the gist you can maybe start to try some things with the command line. Like all non-MS products git is pretty badly documented and non-intuitive and doing anything normally requires decoding SO threads and running commands where you don't understand what they're doing.
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