Five reasons to write proper commit messages

We have all been there and probably done it ourselves. An app randomly breaks or crashes, so you type “git log” to see what has changed recently. And BOOM! The history reads like: 18:15: More updates. 18:02: Updates. 17:40: Updates. 16:34: Fixed. 12:22: Done. 08:23: Complete. And usually it’s not even punctuated correctly… I can…

Git Flow like a Pro!

Git Flow is a new tool I’ve been using that’s been an amazing time saver for me, so I wanted to share it with you here. It’s an open-source GitHub project that some developer has kindly made for the developer community. The purpose of it is to make working with Git projects a lot more…