Do you know what are remote and tracking branches? Tracking ones can make our lives easier, get to know why and how.
Learn how to password protect files and directories on Nginx using HTTP Authentication.
In this short entry I'll talk about something you may not know: it's not possible to release bug-free software! Get to know why, and how to proceed with your testing activities in the real world.
Learn what Git tagging is and how to use it to tag your software releases.
Learn how to set up a website / webapp using the ultra fast Nginx HTTP Server on Linux.
Learn how to install Nginx on Linux (Ubuntu / Debian).
Learn the difference between Software Testing and Quality Assurance (QA).
Learn what Git branching is, why use it, and how to create and merge branches, including conflict resolution.
Learn how to securely set up a Linux (Ubuntu / Debian) VPS (Virtual Private Server) from scratch.
Learn what NoSQL is, why it is different, its four main data models (key-value, document, column-family, and graph), when we should use it, and more.
Learn how to report bugs effectively proving a clear description, reproducible steps, sorting by severity and priority, and more.
Learn Git's basic commands: clone, init, status, commit, push, pull, remote, and more.
Get a comprehensive introduction to what Node.js is, why it's different, when we should use it, what evented I/O means, and more.
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Get an introduction to what software testing is, who is the software tester, and other insights.
Learn about Git's three file states (modified, staged and committed), and its three corresponding sections (working directory, staging area and Git directory).
Sometimes tricky issues arise in software development, but not all are bugs. In this article you'll learn solid parameters to make sure something really is a bug.
This article explains what a product specification (spec) is, why it's so important, and it lists some types of documents that may compose it.
This article explains what Git is, a little about how it works internally, what a DVCS (Distributed Version Control System) is, its advantages, and more.