When you’re building software, regardless of whether it’s software that will be installed on a computer (think .exe) or hosted in the cloud (think www), it’s generally a good idea to follow some methodology. I say generally, because you could choose to ignore the methodology.
The downside of not following some methodology is that things may take you a bit longer, with likely repetition and rework. This could be a problem when you’re creating software on a budget and within a specified timeframe; but may not be an issue if you are just starting out and teaching yourself to code.
GitHub: has millions of public and private repositories, with thousands more being added everyday. GitHub repositories or ‘repos’, are used as a collaborative means of source control. Github allows a granular level of change control and code management. This means that code changes can be clearly identified, issues can be addressed, and new features can be requested, all in one place.
Startup Victoria's fireside chat with Paul Bassat and John Collison is underway! It's a full house! #StartupVic pic.twitter.com/Wfr3W5cW7t — Startup Victoria (@StartupVic) July 22, 2014 I really enjoyed going along to the fireside chat with Paul Bassat & John Collison on Tuesday night, and it was great to see some familiar faces in the crowd. […]
I had so much fun mentoring at NodeBots day in Melbourne! I got to meet a great bunch of people from such diverse backgrounds, and all with a love for learning and experimenting. The day started off with registrations. We got to the venue just before 10am, and people were already lining up, so the registration process […]