#Podcast – I hate #Git, and here is why (Spanish)

female screaming to her computer

Hello

In this episode we speak with Fernando Escolar (@fernandoescolar) on the irrational hate we develop when we start to use GIT as a source control tool. Some time ago, Fernando wrote a great post where he shared his problems with GIT. He also carries this idea as a session in an event like GAP2016, so far he had very good feedback.

Returning to the podcast, after an introduction about the switch to GIT, we review the 7 points that we can describe the hatred to GIT

  • I can’t go home soon
  • The code is not mine anymore
  • I’ve been without coffee
  • I have to practice TDD
  • Commits everywhere
  • The fault is always mine, I feel pursued
  • Git is so complicated many commands and parameters

And the truth is that, while it may sound a little ironic, the subject gives for a laugh.

I hope you enjoy the podcast

Greetings @ Toronto

El Bruno

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2 thoughts on “#Podcast – I hate #Git, and here is why (Spanish)

  1. Otro “podcast” más con el ruido de las teclas mientras tomas apuntes. Se agradecería que silenciaras el micrófono mientras tecleas. Lo más cómodo es utilizar un “pulsar para hablar”.

    Configuración en Skype:

    Menú “Herramientas” -> Opciones -> Avanzada -> Atajos de teclado -> Activar atajos de teclado globales -> Habilitar o deshabilitar el silecio (Hacer clic para hablar).

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    1. Hola Jorel

      Tienes razón, y gracias por el consejo. Ya he puesto un atajo de teclado para “silenciar el mic”, ahora solo debo acostumbrarme a usarlo cuando grabe un podcast.
      Para grabar tengo un “Blue Yeti” que es un micrófono bastante decente. He intentado configurar el Gain para que no tome los sonidos de fondo, aunque entre una cosa y otra todavía no he llegado a la configuración ideal.
      Voy a volver a las notas en papel, para el próximo podcast, solo por si acaso 😀

      Saludos
      -Bruno

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