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Git for Writers: Printable Cheat Sheet!

This post is the final post in my Git for Writers series, which I started posting as an accompaniment to my Git Started: Git for Agile Writers workshop at the STC 2015 Summit in Columbus, OH. These posts expand on some of the ideas I presented, since you can’t cram everything on such a large subject into one 45-minute workshop. […]

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Git for Writers: Putting It All Together With A Workflow

This post is part of my Git for Writers series, which I started posting as an accompaniment to my Git Started: Git for Agile Writers workshop at the STC 2015 Summit in Columbus, OH. These posts expand on some of the ideas I presented, since you can’t cram everything on such a large subject into one 45-minute workshop. **For […]

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Git for Writers: Git Archaeology with git blame

This post is part of my Git for Writers series, which I’m posting as an accompaniment to my Git Started: Git for Agile Writers workshop at the STC 2015 Summit in Columbus, OH. These posts expand on some of the ideas I’ll be presenting, since you can’t cram everything on such a large subject into one […]

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Git for Writers: Git Archaeology with git diff

This post is part of my Git for Writers series, which I’m posting as an accompaniment to my Git Started: Git for Agile Writers workshop at the STC 2015 Summit in Columbus, OH. These posts expand on some of the ideas I’ll be presenting, since you can’t cram everything on such a large subject into one […]

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Git for Writers: Why Agile Writers Need to Use Git

Plenty of TechComm folks use Git for their own purposes (GitHub pages, documentation repositories, etc.). What’s often overlooked, though, is the usefulness Git offers to us as an archaeological tool. Learning even the basics of Git can be the difference between a writer actually getting to practice Agile development with a team, or becoming the […]