I use github both professionally and personally. Team members have always taken to it quickly. It's fast, simple, and clean. I couldnt ask for a better tool to manage my projectsRead the full review
The limitation of private repositories for individual users. As a company you can afford to spend some bucks to get private repositories and all Github features for them, but as an individual Github will not be that useful if you don't throw some money at it. Version control is unparalleled, the ...Read the full review
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I started on github at 2015 and i liked it since i started to use it. It is easy to use and helps you to build your profesional profile.
Github has been adding great things on top of plain old pull requests and diffs. The issue tracking and gist features work wonders for making a smooth workflow. I enjoy merging today.
Github is number 1 choice when it comes to code repository. I use github everyday from cloning a repo to creating a pull request. Github is easy to use. There are lot of UI clients available if you don't want to use command line.
Github is an amazing website for all level of programmers. As a college student, I really appreciate Github connecting me to millions of interesting, challenging and rewarding open source projects. The communities are all friendly to beginners, and willing to share their experiences. To best way to learn is to do it, and Github might be the best place to start.
1. Issue tracking feature 2. Nice community 3. Good UI
1. Delay of customer supports 2. Kinda hard to start for beginners
Time used: 1-2 years
Frequency of use: Daily
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GitHub has led the way for the internet. Their technology stack and contributions to the software community have paved the way for the future of the internet. GitHub source control is fantastic and I use it for all of my projects, professional and personal.
I used to use SourceForge but they've become a huge pain in the butt. Github offers so much more and it's completely ad free to boot. Everything downloads at full bandwidth, no special speeds for special payers. Also it has a tool that rivals all of the paste sites called gist, you should check it out gist.github.com, I use it to paste up 7mb and larger text files with great ease and you don't even pay for even larger sizes! The real question is why are you not using Github?
Can you think of a better option? GitHub is the home for code on the web. Plain and simple. What you need is there.
A very powerful tool for version control, very helpful for the team to manage their code in different braches as per the allocated tasks. It can keep track of every commit keep the development in sync. Easily configurable with eclipse. Code reviews can easily be done by pull request feature. Really good tool to get the team and code managed.
I used this tool in my projects for repository managements. In this tool, we can easily work with the same code on which other person is working. Because in this tool we can create the local repository and push the local branch in main branch after implementation. GitHub and similar services bring all of the benefits of a decentralized VCS to a centralized service. From the contractor's point of view, private Git repos give you an easy workflow that can be used for multiple clients. You could set up Git on a server of your own, but it's probably not worth it to spend your time administering the server and your clients' accounts on it.