December 30, 2019
You made a mistake months ago, and a part of the site is broken. No one noticed at first, but now the client is upset, so you need to fix it…and fast! But where in the code was this bug introduced? What if David told you there’s a tool hidden within Git to quickly find when a bug was committed and then fix it? Git Bisect allows you to comb through dozens of commits at once and find the culprit in seconds, even when you don’t know when it happened or what file was edited. Once you understand the basics, David will take it a step further with automation.
January 2, 2020 at 11:08 am |
Thanks for posting my talk! Slides and more info are available on my website: https://www.davidneedham.me/wceu2019/