Three new Campus Experts are joining the fall 2022 batch of the MLH Fellowship to work with open source maintainers and get real-world experience.
We are excited to announce the full lineup for Git Merge 2022 happening in Chicago, Illinois September 14-15 with the addition of three new workshops.
With 17 talks, three workshops, one panel, and some great company we think this year’s Git Merge will be terrific! Tickets are available for $125 and all proceeds will be donated to the open source Git project.
Here’s what to expect on days one and two plus an overview of the (optional) workshops:
Day 1 will kick off in the afternoon with a number of workshops from GitHub’s Professional Services team.
You’ll learn the basics of common Git commands. These include commands which help you examine repository history and state while also learning to manipulate history.
- Learning how to effectively use and understand the difference between commands such as
git commit --amend,
git cherry pick, and
- Debugging technique using
You’ll learn how to sign Git commits using the new OpenSSH feature. This is an alternative to the traditional method of using GPG.
- Configuring Git to sign objects using generated SSH Key
- Signing and verifying content
You’ll work through exercises and get tips and tricks to help learn how to manage monorepos.
- Search and manage large binary files using simple Git tooling
- Reduce overall monorepo size and increase performance with repository grafting
On day 2 you’ll mingle with and hear from members of the Git team, engineers representing Google, Twitter, Uber, GitHub, and more on everything from scaling and performance to deep dives into Git’s internals. View the schedule for details on all of the great talks.
We can’t wait to see you there!