Get Git with PowerShell

If you are creating PowerShell scripts, tools or modules today, you are most likely using Git. What? You're not? Is it because you haven't gotten around to installing it? I have some "quick and dirty" PowerShell hacks to help you out on Windows systems. Linux boys and girls already know what to … Continue reading

Downloading Git Tips with PowerShell

So I've been sharing a number of PowerShell tools I've created for working with Git, including a few for getting tips from the Git Tips project on GitHub. My initial work was based on the fact that I had a local clone of that repository and wanted to search the local tips.json file. But I realized … Continue reading

Friday Fun: Find a Git Tip with PowerShell

Recently I published a PowerShell function that I use to display a random Git Tip of the Day. The function relies on my clone of the Git-Tips project on GitHub. I've been keeping tabs on this project and a question was posed about creating a command line utility to search the tip list. Now, this … Continue reading

Friday Fun: Git Tip of the Day

This year I've really taken to learning Git and how to incorporate it into my daily work routine. If nothing else this has been a great reminder about what it is like to learn something totally new and foreign. I've learned quite a bit, but am far from considering myself a master.  Git is a big … Continue reading