‘Git’ Videos

  • Toru Miki: WordPressサイト制作におけるデプロイメントを考える 〜Gitとデプロイサービスの活用〜

    Toru Miki: WordPressサイト制作におけるデプロイメントを考える 〜Gitとデプロイサービスの活用〜

    WordCamp Kansai 2014Speaker: Toru Miki

    October 22, 2014 &#8212 現在WordPressサイトの構築や更新には、FTPもしくはSFTPソフトを利用したデプロイメントが主流です。




  • Michael C. Breuer & David Luecke: Pro Level Workflow

    Michael C. Breuer & David Luecke: Pro Level Workflow

    WordCamp Calgary 2014Speaker: Michael C. Breuer

    October 5, 2014 &#8212 Michael and David shows you some of their tips, tricks and best practices for developing custom themes for WordPress. Learn how to set-up a workflow that transitions a freelance methodology right to the collaborative environment of an Agency. They touch on how to use Git, local environments and how to master your own development workflow to run with the pros.

  • Joe Chellman: Be Braver, Make Better Mistakes - Version Control for Everyone (Even you, you designer you!)

    Joe Chellman: Be Braver, Make Better Mistakes – Version Control for Everyone (Even you, you designer you!)

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2014Speaker: Joe Chellman

    September 18, 2014 &#8212 In this talk, we’ll look at version control using Git. We’ll use a nice GUI so we need deal minimally (if at all), with command line stuff. We’ll find out how becoming comfortable with version control will empower us to make all the dumb mistakes we want, which can enable better design, better code, better writing.

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  • Robert Dall: How To Create Your Own Robot

    Robert Dall: How To Create Your Own Robot

    WordCamp Vancouver 2014Speaker: Robert Dall

    September 10, 2014 &#8212 Robert demonstrates how creating a commit bot that tied together the Github and Asana APIs helped his team communicate, and keep a project on track.

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  • Evan Volgas: WordPress and Git

    Evan Volgas: WordPress and Git

    WordCamp Asheville 2014Speaker: Evan Volgas

    September 8, 2014 &#8212 This presentation talks about version control and WordPress. Specifically we’re going to look at Git, and how you can clone a git repository (like Github, BitBucket, BeanStalk, Gitlab, etc) to a live server and use your local machine to make and test changes. You’ll need to have some familiarity with SSH and a basic idea of what git is (Wikipedia is fine), but otherwise I’ll assume you’ve never used git and WordPress together and I’ll walk you through how you can do that.

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  • Frankie Jarrett: Version Control Using Git

    Frankie Jarrett: Version Control Using Git

    WordCamp Kansas City 2014Speaker: Frankie Jarrett

    August 22, 2014 &#8212 Version control is a must for any professional web developer, frontend or backend. There are many ways to setup Git, but in this talk, the aim was to cover the simplest approach possible so folks could get set up quickly.

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  • Brent Shepherd: Develop Very Mild Superpowers with Git

    Brent Shepherd: Develop Very Mild Superpowers with Git

    WordCamp Chicago 2014Speaker: Brent Shepherd

    August 4, 2014 &#8212 Git is a powerful version control tool every WordPress developer should include in their utility belt. But with great power comes great difficulty in learning how to use the darn thing!

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  • George Stephanis: Moving your Plugin to GitHub - Trials, Tribulations, and Testing

    George Stephanis: Moving your Plugin to GitHub – Trials, Tribulations, and Testing

    WordCamp Chicago 2014Speaker: George Stephanis

    August 2, 2014 &#8212 The Jetpack team migrated their primary development from the WordPress.org plugins repository to GitHub. This talk looks at why they made the change and how it’s affected their workflow.

  • Paul Tela: Keeping WordPress Under [Version] Control With Git

    Paul Tela: Keeping WordPress Under [Version] Control With Git

    WordCamp Columbus 2013Speaker: Paul Tela

    December 20, 2013 &#8212 Learn how to keep your WordPress sites under version control using a workflow refined over dozens of sites. We’ll cover repository organization, what belongs (and, perhaps more importantly, what doesn’t belong), and how to make deploying updates and working with multiple environments as painless as possible.

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  • Kirsten Schelper & Elisabeth Hölzl: Developing WordPress Themes with Git

    Kirsten Schelper & Elisabeth Hölzl: Developing WordPress Themes with Git

    WordCamp Europe 2013Speakers: Kirsten Schelper, Elisabeth Hölzl

    December 10, 2013 &#8212 Once you get to the point where you feel that version control might be a useful tool things get different. Most people will point you to Git, probably the most widely used version control software around. A lot of people, though, seem to have trouble getting started with it.

    Instead of throwing basic commands at you we want to invite you to explore the “Git Universe” with us in a kind of fireside chat between Kirsten, representing the web design world and Elisabeth, who gained her first computer experience with Basic many years ago.
    Our focus will be on how Git works, what those strange commands really mean and how you can benefit from integrating it into your theme development work flow.

    This talk aims at people working with WordPress and developing their own themes.


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