Mark Allen

Mark Allen
Software Developer, Alert Logic

Website | @bytemeorg

Mark Allen has over 10 years of experience as a software developer, system administrator and security architect.
He has given presentations to hundreds of peer developers at his $dayjob and at venues like OSCON, Frozen Perl workshop, YAPC::NA, Pittsburgh Perl workshop and others.


Location: D136
Tags: cpan, git, git_hub
Mark Allen (Alert Logic)
Average rating: ***..
(3.89, 18 ratings)
For many Perl programmers, using git is a bit of a black box. This talk hopes to bring some clarity around the rather unintuitive interface of the git distributed version control system. The talk is geared for git beginners, primarily, although some of the content may be interesting to people who are comfortable with the basic git workflow of "add, commit, push." Read more.
DistZilla is really cool, but it can be scary for a newbie to pick up. This lightning talk introduces the tool and covers all of the basics to get going in 5 minutes or less (or your money back.)


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