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TortoiseSvn %1 is not a valid win32 application

Recently, I upgraded Visual Studio and somehow in the process when I went to use SVN I started to get '%1 is not a valid win32 application' displayed whenever I tried to view the history of a file, or, do a diff. After a quick Google, I couldn't find[...]

How To Squash Your Branches Commits Before You Create a Pull Request

In this tutorial, you will learn about the benefits of having a clean history in your GIT repository and how you can squash your commits in order to achieve that.  Performing code reviews in your team is a great tool to ensure good code quality.  Th[...]

Guide To Using GIT On The Command Line - JonDJones Idiots Guide

This post is a quick and dirty guide of how to use GIT on a day to day basis.  Over the years I've been using source control and one easy and lazy path to go down is to use a tool point and click tool - like SourceTree or GitKraken - to get the work [...]

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