Code Review, Community, Conferences, Git, Intel Buzz, Unity3d

Git Workflow Presentation – Intel Buzz Workshop

I travelled to Stockholm this week to deliver a presentation about our Git workflow on Sonic Dash. Originally I was asked to do a talk about the process of converting Sonic Dash to intel based chip sets, but since that would take all of 3 minutes, I worked it into a talk about how we… Continue reading Git Workflow Presentation – Intel Buzz Workshop

Accu, C++, Community, Conferences, Continuous Integration, Git, Unit Testing

Accu 2014 Conference Notes

I had the chance to go to ACCU 2014 the other week (full conference schedule is here) and I have to say it was one of the best conferences I've had the pleasure to attend. And while it did confirm my idea that C++ is getting the point of saturation and ridiculous excess (C++11 was… Continue reading Accu 2014 Conference Notes

Development, Git, Perforce

Git Off My Lawn – Large and Unmergable Assets

I posted up the Git talk myself and Andrew Fray did at Develop 2013 and mentioned I'd have a few follow up posts going into more detail where I thought it was probably needed (since you often can't get much from a slide deck and no-one recorded the talk). One of the most asked questions… Continue reading Git Off My Lawn – Large and Unmergable Assets

Conferences, Develop, Development, Git, Perforce

Git Off My Lawn – Develop 2013

Recently myself and Andrew Fray (@tenpn) presented "Git Off My Lawn" at Develop 2013 in Brighton. The talk was designed to discuss how we took a Perforce centric development process and moved over to one centred around Git and a Git based branching work flow. As with most presentations the slides tell half (or less)… Continue reading Git Off My Lawn – Develop 2013

Development, Git

Git Fetch –prune and Branch Name Case

I posted up the following to the git community mailing list the other day When using git fetch --prune, git will remove any branches from remotes/origin/ that have inconsistent case in folder names. This issue has been verified in versions 1.7.10.2, 1.7.11.1 and 1.8.3.2. I've described the reproduction steps here as I carried them out,… Continue reading Git Fetch –prune and Branch Name Case

Code Review, Git

Setting up Git on ReviewBoard

I've recently made the switch to Git and started using it on a couple of project at work.  One of the important things I needed was to get automatic generation of reviews working on ReviewBoard for our Git server and I was in luck because it's pretty simply to do. I'm posting this here both… Continue reading Setting up Git on ReviewBoard