I use branches a lot but occasionally I forget to delete the branch after I merge it into master and then when I look at my list of branches I get a list of branches that I can’t remember:
user@server:/var/www$ git branch
If you want a quick way to determine which branches have already been merged into the current branch (I usually run this at master because then I know they’re “finished” branches) you can run
git branch --merged to get just the merged branches.
user@server:/var/www$ git branch --merged
Then you can
git branch -d blah to your heart’s content.
You can also run
git branch --no-merged to see the branches that haven’t been merged yet.
What are the real world consequences to signing up for a Twitter or Facebook account through Tor and spewing hate toward other human beings?
As far as I can tell, nothing. There are barely any online consequences, even if the content is reported.
But there should be.
I’ve always wondered if you could use Redis as a primary data store and just use MySQL for reporting. This statement makes me think I could:
So, as you can see, some unusual things are happening here – Redis is our primary data store and MySQL is our last cache layer.
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An interesting interview with a developer who had a #1 app in the paid section of the App Store. I found his numbers really interesting (1-2% of downloads create a review for the app) and the fact that he’s been so open with his development process.
I keep seeing these amazing performance numbers with HHVM. I’m going to have to spend some time testing my sites with it.
This just reeks of incompetence and lack of imagination. Instead of making it work with the guys and girls that helped get you there, instead of following in the footsteps of other progressive, distributed workforces, it’s the new Optimal-Teamwork-in-SF way or the highway. Instead of sharing the champagne, it’s “Hey, here’s a cold glass of water in your face.” We may look and sound like the fun guys of the internet, but we’ve got money now. Even if the main goal was to purge the existing Reddit workforce, the way they’ve gone about it is stomach curdling.
I’m a big fan of remote workers (all our programmers at Zimco are remote) and I think there is a huge benefit to having remote workers. For example, last week I went into the office and was interrupted by people at least once every half hour. I feel bad that Reddit feels that it needs to have all of it’s workers under one roof and hopefully this won’t backfire on them.